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What fluids do we put underneath the truck clutch fluid? Or is there something else we need to know? This is after replacing the whole clutch. When the new cluth was put in fluid came out is that clutch fluid? Do you pour it back in from underneath oe how do you get it back in?

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You will need BRAKE FLUID, you do not catch it and put it back in. fill up the clutch fluid.(top, between the brake cylinder and the fender) now open up the bleeder at the slave cylider (bottom) and let it bubble out until all the air is out, now tighten it (snug) now have someone pump the pedal several times and hold the the pedal down, now open the bleeder, real slow, and observe the fluid that comes out, if its foamy or air bubbles ,keep letting it bleed until it stops, now tighten the bleeder and pump the pedal a few more times and hold it down, and open it again, keep doing this unitl clean fluid comes out without any air, the clutch system should work ok now.

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The fluid used in the hydraulic clutch line is brake fluid.
The fluid used in the transmission can be either 10w30 oil......80w90 oil or automatic trans oil ....it depends on what transmission you have and what year you have.

Some transmissions are filled through the shifter opening.
Do not overfill it.....it will leak out on your new clutch.

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