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I have a 2000 Hyundai Accent and my clutch fluid is empty. When refilling, how do I bleed it and where would the most possible place for a leak be located?

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Leak is usually at the slave cylinder. If leaking, replace the slave. Make sure to bench bleed the slave and plug its port before installing. refill the reservoir and bleed the system. To bleed, open bleeder at slave, have an assistant step on the pedal, and close the bleeder before they let the pedal up. Repeat until all air is out. If you have questions, please let me know.

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SOURCE: In a 2000 Hyundai accent, clutch fluid = brake fluid

Yes that is correct. it should say what type right on the lid. example dot 3 or dot 4.

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