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How do you repair broken clutch brake fluid reservior, mounting bracket that appears to be glued to the firewall from the inside? the reservior twists 90deg. and comes off and the tangs that engage the reservior broke out when i depressed the clutch pedal.

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What you need is a clutch paddle assembly, made out of plastic, held on with 3 or 4 bolts under the dash, assembly will come with paddle also, I belive the part number is 15027983 and cost about $60.00, dealer part only, hope this was very helpful.

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