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I have to pump the clutch to get into any gear. Where is the clutch reservoir and from where would I bleed the clutch?

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Master is on the firewall next to the brake master. Bleed valve should be on the slave on the bellhousing. If it was working and now feels low or in need of bleeding likely you have air in the system but that cannot get there unless there is a leak. Carefully inspect the master (often leaks into the passenger compartment where the rod from the pedal goes through the firewall) as well as the line and slave. If you find seepage anywhere, replace that part.

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