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1989 Mazda truck 4 cyl B2200 series -- clutch is gone or fluid. Are these clutches hydraulic? Very ignorant when comes to mechanics. If fluid, where do I check the fluid? I press clutch pedal to floor but there is no clutch to shift gears.

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Check under your hood for a another cap looks similar to a brake fluid resouvior see if its empty.if it is you probably blown the seal on your slave cylinder its what throws your clutch out.

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