Question about 1995 Pontiac Firebird
The clutch control system in your car is hydraulic,and utilizes a clutch master cylinder,similar to the brake master cylinder,and a clutch slave cylinder mounted on the exterior of the bellhousing.If the fluid has leaked out,both the master and slave cylinders need to be replaced with new.They should be replaced as a set,as one is just as old as the other.Adding fluid may build the pedal back up,but only temporarily.The clutch master cylinder and reservoir is bolted to the firewall,driver side,and should have a round black cap.The system uses regular DOT 2 or 3 brake fluid for the hydraulics
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