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The clutch in the Fiat stilo abarth selespeed uses the same fluid as the braking system. Just find the container in the engine bay with the braking fluid. And top up with ''DOT 4 Brake & Clutch Fluid'' Note it's not the oild for the Gearbox or selespeed. You should never touch the container that holds the fluid for the Selespeed.
Hello buiskit: My name is Roger and I will help you. If the fluid runs down the firewall or leaks down on the floor board or on your foot. The problem should be the clutch master cylinder. However should the fluid leak at the bell housing area.Then the problem is the slave cylinder. To replace the slave cylinder you will need to pull the transmission in order to replace the slave cylinder. Should you need further help please just ask. Please rate the answer. Thank You for using Fix Ya. Roger
It be a bad Clutch Slave Cylinder or it could be low on fluid. Check the reservior which is located on the engine compartment firewall and make sure is is filled to full line. if there is fluid in there than the Slave Cyclinder is bad, it is not holding pressure. Replace and it should be fine.
1. Fill up the clutch reservior with right type and DOT of fluid (Dot 3 or Dot 4)
2. Have someone help pump the clutch paddle.
3. have the helper pump the paddle 5-7 time and hold it down and you open the bleeder and close it before the helper lets off the clutch paddle.
4. Keep repeating the above procedure until you see clear fluidcoming out and no air is coming out with the fluid.
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.
Just like you would bleed brakes. Fill the reservior with brake fluid, open the bleeder screw and have a friend press the clutch pedal in. Close the bleeder screw and let up on the clutch. Do that until the clutch pedal has a good feel. Be sure to check the reservoir frequently as they don't hold much fluid and if you let it get low you'll **** more air into the system.
Depending on where the leak is you may need to replace the clutch master cylinder or the clutch slave cylinder. Or a line, the reservior is rarly the cause of a leak. If it is leaking into the car or at the firewall the master cylinder is bad.