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On the firewall to the left of the power brake vacuum assist module

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Clutch fluid resuvior is where


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You have a small resevoir under the hood, like the brake fluid resevoir. This holds brake fluid also for your clutch master cylinder. See that it has fluid in it. If empty, you have a leak. If full, have someone work the clutch pedal and watch from under the vehicle to see if the clutch slave cylinder is pushing the rod in and out. (Located on the passenger side transmission bellhousing)

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it appears from my info, that the clutch master cylinder is connected by a tube to the brake master cylinder resevoir, and it gets it's fluid supply there. Fluid would therefore be added AT THE BRAKE RESEVOIR. fIND THE CLUTCH MASTER ON THE FIRE WALL AND VERIFY THIS THOUGH, AS i CAN'T SAY THAT i REMEMBER SEEING THIS IN PERSON. gOOD LUCK, AND GET BACK TO ME WITH ANY MORE QUESTIONS.(Sorry, don't type well, and accidently hit caps lock)

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I have a 91 passat and the clutch pedal stays on the floor. I bought this car as a project. It has been sitting for 5 years w/ a busted timing belt. Timing is fixed and is running but the clutch pedal just...


If you're talking about an hydraulic clutch system that uses brake fluid:
1. Fill the reservoir with clean brake fluid.
2. Have an assistantpull the clutch pedal up and leave it there.
3. Locate the slave bleeder - the slave is connected to the master, is located on the transmission housing and pushes the clutch release lever).
4. Open the bleeder and have the assistant push the clutch pedal down.
5. Close the bleeder.
6. Make sure there's plenty of fluid in the reservoir
7. Repeat steps 2-4-5-6 until brake fluid comes out with uniform pressure from the bleeder. Non uniform pressure is sign there may be air in the system.
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I have no resistance when pressing in the clutch on my 1994 toyota pick up. I think the fluid is low but do not know where the resevoir is to refill it


Alright, non resistance when pressing the clutch can be for couple of reason, First the fluid is low, and you can tap this off by filling it up, The resevior for it in your master cyclinder pistol which is located towards the top firewall of your driver side. Next to your brake fuild refill tank. Top this off to it's recommended level with brake fluid the DOT requirement. If still no pressuire from your clutch, then it could be your master cylinder, Test this by pressing on the clutch and have someone open the resvior tank cap and see if there is any movement in the liquid. If there is, then it could be your slave cylinder where it is located towards your clutch housing. Once located, You can also test it by bleeding the bolt to see and having someone pressing on the clutch to see if fluid is being push or with the bleeding bolt screwed back on, see if the metal rod connected to the slave cylinder is moving when clutch is being pushed inside. If everything seems to work, then your clutch is bad, damaged pilot, or clutch bearing or simply worn out clutch.

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Clutch should be a fluid clutch. Check resevoir for fluid level. A small tank near the brake master cylinder.

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possible bad slave cylinder on transmission, you do have a hydraulic clutch, have you checked the fluid in it? it might be your problem. hope i helped!!

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This sounds like your Kia's clutch master cylinder may be faulty. First, check to make sure it has enough fluid. If all looks well there, this may be a case of a faulty master cylinder. The clutch master cylinder will act much the same way as a brake master cylinder when it fails. Simply, the pedal will begin to 'sink' as what's happening in your case.

You should be able to locate this unit on or near the firewall, but I'm not exactly sure where it is on your vehicle. It'll be a smaller version of your brake master cylinder, and is usually located pretty close to it.

After locating it, if it looks to be low on fluid or empty, check around it for leaks to make sure the fluid lines aren't leaking, the resevoir isn't leaking, etc. If they are, you'll need to make any necessary repairs, refill the resevoir with fluid, and then bleed the master cylinder.

I hope this at least gives you some insight into some things to check! :) Please let me know if I can be of any further assistance.

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There will be a little black resevoir to the right of the brake master cylinder. Its mounted to the firewall. When filling or topping off the fluid, make sure you remove the black rubber boot after the cap is removed. The resevoir itself will only hold a little fluid. Hope this helps you. Please leave response if you could. :)

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you need to check the fluid level in the hydraulic clutch master cylinder under the hood,it is probably low or the slave cylinder in the bell housing that pushes the throw out bearing in is leaking.

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