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Where does the clutch fluid go on 1995 vw jetta

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1995 JETTA has cable clutch not hydraulic. No clutch fluid required.

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The clutch fluid goes into the clutch fluid reservoir look around in the engine compartment by the brake booster. if you still cannot find, head on over to Auto Zone or Oreillys their counter people will show you where it is.

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