where do i check my clutch fluid

Asked by Mar 29, 2013 at 09:12 AM about the 1998 Ford Ranger

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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There is a clutch master cylinder, not to be confused with brake master cylinder, I couldn't find a image of one on a truck

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Look for a small plastic container about 1 inch in diameter located close to the back of the engine, usually near the brake fluid reservoir. It looks a lot like the brake fluid reservoir but it's smaller. Imagine that the clutch pedal went straight through into the engine compartment: this is where you'll find the clutch master cylinder and clutch reservoir. Check the fluid level. The reservoir is usually clear with a small round rubber cap on the top; it should be filled to the top. Add brake fluid if it's low.

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what kind of clutch fluid do I use?

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I learned that brake and clutch fluid is the same. That is, the same fluid is used as both brake fluid and clutch fluid

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