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Fluid in hydraulic clutch resevoir leaks out over night. Can see a spot of fluid on the ground but can not tell fo sure where it is coming from. When I put fluid in the resevoir clutch works fine for several hours.

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It will leak more if you fill it up and operate the clutch. Have someone watch underneath to find the leak. Car does not need to be running to do this. If you don't see anything on the ground, check where the rod passes through the firewall under the dash. Fluid may be coming out of the back of the master cyl.

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