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Where is the clutch fluid reservoir - 2006 Suzuki Grand Vitara

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Gears hard to select is there a clutch reservoir on the suzuki vitara 1998

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They use the same reservoir as for the brakes. mounted on the bulkhead under the bonnet

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Should be next to brake reservoir on firewall, engine compartment, in front of driver seat.

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