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Old 10-13-2011, 07:02 PM   #1
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can someone tell me where the jeep wrangler clutch fluid reservoir is on a jeep wrangler 2007, manual tranmission? i can only find brake, windshield, coolant, oil.

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can someone tell me where the jeep wrangler clutch fluid reservoir is on a jeep wrangler 2007, manual tranmission? i can only find brake, windshield, coolant, oil.
Shared with brake fluid

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you're saying the brake fluid is what is used to lubricate the clutch?
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you're saying the brake fluid is what is used to lubricate the clutch?
Sorry there was supposed to be a question mark at the end of that. a lot of vehicles use a combined reservoir for the.brake and clutch fluid.
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you're saying the brake fluid is what is used to lubricate the clutch?
No, it's a hydraulic system that is not serviceable.


Hydraulic Clutch Fluid — Manual Transmission
The clutch hydraulic system is a sealed maintenance-free
system. In the event of leakage or other malfunction, the
system must be replaced.
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Sorry there was supposed to be a question mark at the end of that. a lot of vehicles use a combined reservoir for the.brake and clutch fluid.
That seems like a REALLY bad idea. The first thing you want to do when the brakes go out is push in the clutch...


*On the TJ it's a very small black bulge on the master cylinder. Up against the cowl just on the other side of the firewall from the clutch pedal.
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I don't think it's combined, otherwise it would state that it's a sealed system that's not serviceable.
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i found it. it was buried underneath the car, two plugs. two quarts of mopar fluid from the dealer costs $50. i think it was atf-4 if i remember correctly. i also had to pay a mechanic to get to it. the bottom plug was blocked so there was no room to get a socket in there.
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can someone tell me where the jeep wrangler clutch fluid reservoir is on a jeep wrangler 2007, manual tranmission? i can only find brake, windshield, coolant, oil.
So after all of this you wanted to know where the drain and fill for the manual transmission oil is. Not clutch fluid. Helps when you ask the right question to begin with.

Perhaps you should make sure to have your muffler bearings tightened while he's under there.
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It's "blocked" by the exhaust but you can cut off an allen socket to fit.

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