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The best way to confirm your thoughts is to look for a rubber pipe coming off the reservoir about halfway down from the top. If you find this it confirms that the brake reservoir supplies the clutch. Any DOT4 brake fluid will do.

Cheers John

Posted on Dec 17, 2008

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SOURCE: Where is the fill cap

the clutch master cylinder is usually on the firewall on the same side as the clutch pedal it has either a screw top or a rubber or plastic top on it, just fill it there with brake fluid......hope this helps....cheers.

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