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Should be DOT 4 brake fluid, as it will say on the cover.

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Clutch fluid go


If you have a hydraulic clutch, and not a cable clutch, there may be 2 adjacent filler caps, one for the brakes and one for the clutch, like this. The clutch reservoir will be the smaller one

http://pad3.whstatic.com/images/thumb/8/8b/LookforClutchResevoir-Step-2.jpg/670px-LookforClutchResevoir-Step-2.jpg

However, many cars have one reservoir for clutch and brakes together, with an internal division, like this

http://img.wonderhowto.com/img/99/28/63475824711860/0/top-up-your-cars-brake-fluid.w654.jpg.

The fluid is the same for both. ONLY use new brake fluid, labelled as such.

So you need to know if it is a cable clutch or not, and don't get confused with the power steering reservoir, which is a different fluid.

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2000 jeep wrangler clutch has to pressure and thus wont allow me to put it in gear.


Check the clutch fluid level. If it's low, add some (takes brake fluid). There is a bleed valve down on the clutch slave cylinder on the bellhousing. Open the bleed valve and have someone push the clutch pedal slowly to floor, and hold. Close the bleed valve, and repeat until fluid comes out in a steady stream when the pedal is depressed. Your pedal should have pressure now, and the clutch should be working.
If no fluid is forced out the clutch master cylinder, into the line, and to the slave cylinder when clutch is pressed, then you may have a bad clutch master cylinder. If fluid does come out the bleed valve, but still no pressure on the pedal, it may be a bad slave cylinder.
Post back for more. Would like to know what you find out, and what the problem was, OB. Good luck.

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Need to know where to put the break fluid used for the hydrolic clutch. Only can find one reservoir. Does this service both?


I really don't think you want to use break fluid for the hydraulic clutch. I am not totall familiar with your vehicle, but I would think you will use the fluid from the power steering reservoir to share with the clutch.

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1986 Aspencade clutch not working properly, you put in gear bike jumps and stalls. Added DOT4 brake fluid, but I need to bleed the line. Don't know where that is located to do this. Thanks for any help you...


Do I understand you added DOT fluid to your engine to fix your clutch problem?

Clutch is normally activated by a cable while brakes are activated through a master cyclender which uses DOT fluid.

If you have brake fluid in your engine ... get it out immediately. It might be time to get help from your local Honda Shop.

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What fluids do we put underneath the truck clutch fluid? Or is there something else we need to know? This is after replacing the whole clutch. When the new cluth was put in fluid came out is that clutch...


The fluid used in the hydraulic clutch line is brake fluid.
The fluid used in the transmission can be either 10w30 oil......80w90 oil or automatic trans oil ....it depends on what transmission you have and what year you have.

Some transmissions are filled through the shifter opening.
Do not overfill it.....it will leak out on your new clutch.

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Need to know what fluid to put in the clutch fluid res.


you can use dot 3 brake fluid from you local parts store, im using it in my 99 sunfire, but just ask them and they'll reommend there product.
As I see it the clutch and brakes work very similar to one another.

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Clutch fluid


Buy some Dot 4 brake fluid at any gas or hardware store, make sue its in a sealed new container.

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Where do i put my clutch fluid at?


On your model you most-likely have a clutch cable, therefore no clutch fluid. Follow along the drivers-side under the hood, a lever connected to a cable should be a-top the transmission. This should be periodically sprayed with chain and cable lube. Mine is a 1994 sentra GA16DE 1.6 and it still uses a cable. You should periodically change your gear oil aswell. It is much like an automatic transmission's ATF (trans fluid). On most models a fill hole and a drain hole (both with plugs) can be accessed below your transmission. When completely full, the fluid will be even with or just below the point of which the fill plug is slightly draining from being completely full. Most shops will check this free of charge.

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I dont know where to put the oil for the gear box


Brake fluid is the same fluid you put in the clutch master cylinder. Any mechanic will verify this.

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When i put into gear and press on the gas and the clutch out the engin revs but the car goes no where.


hi,

sounds like your clutch slave cylinder failed, open the hood and look near where you put the brake fluid, the clutch slave fluid is next to the brake fluid reservoir. take the cap off and see if its empty. If its empty that means your clutch slave gaskets failed and its fairly easy and inexpensive to put one of those on, and it takes about an hour. If your familiar with your car you can fix it or have a friend who knows them fix it. You can find resources online and I will send a link,

If the clutch slave reservoir is full you have a more serious problem and I recommend taking it in for an estimate.

http://www.autozone.com/addVehicleId,1640102/initialAction,repairGuide/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId=0900c15280061140#hd1-1-1

J

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