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Sorry I don't know but if it is a hydraulic clutch and not a cable, the clutch master cylinder should be simple to locate as it is generally mounted on the engine compartment/passenger compartment firewall in approximate alignment with the clutch pedal.
Once the clutch master cylinder is located the reservoir won't be far from it. The traditional type of clutch reservoir has almost been superceded by a semi-sealed type. Sometimes the reservoir is remote and connected by a tube and often a fluid supply from the brake reservoir is used.
Details should be found in the vehicle handbook...
brake fluid goes in the reservoir on top of the clutch master cylinder. If there is no reservoir check for a line to the brake master cylinder reservoir as some cars use the brake master cylinder reservoir as a common unit . Check that that reservoir is full. Bleed out the slave cylinder to remove air in the system.
If you look at the drivers side of the brake fluid reservoir you should see a rubber hose that feeds to the clutch master cylinder. The clutch master cylinder is kept full via the brake fluid reservoir.
Some of these use the same reservoir as the brake fluid and will have a hose from the clutch master to brake master. some have there on fluid housing, open the hood and look at the driverside rear of the engine compartment , look at the brake master cylinder, you will see the brake fluid inside of it. now look to the right and left of it for a clutch reservoir if you do not see one then look for a hose leading of the master reservoir going to clutch master. if that is the case then as long as brake fluid is full then so is clutch.if there are two different reservoirs then check the small one for clutch. the clutch fluid does not really need filling unless there is a leak in the system. What problem are you having with the clutch?
Your clutch fluid reservoir may need brake fluid-yes, it uses brake fluid as a hydraulic fluid. Check reservoir on the firewall. It will sit beside the brake master cylinder. The reservoir sits atop the clutch master cylinder. If it was dry, the clutch may need bleeding down at the slave cylinder on the transmission housing-where the clutch fork sticks out of the transaxle.. Open the bleed valve on the slave cylinder, and have someone slowly press clutch down. Keep bleeding until a steady stream of fluid comes out when clutch is pressed. Then close bleed valve, check clutch operation-pedal should have some pressure on it now.
Is your clutch fluid reservoir low? It's on the firewall, next to the brake master cylinder. If it's full, your clutch master cylinder or the clutch slave cylinder needs to be checked. One may have a weak seal that leaks internally..