[DML] Re: Clutch fluid
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[DML] Re: Clutch fluid

Your assumption is correct: DOT4 it is.
While you're in there and never have replaced the slave cylinder, take a look.
If it's capped with a white dust cover, replace the cylinder. It's old and can go any time.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "dadoc2791" <gekko@...> wrote:
> O.K....so I'm being a little lazy; I could just grab the tech manual and look it up, but hey, I enjoy interacting with other owners so here goes:
> Does the clutch hydraulic system also use DOT 4 fluid (like the brake system)?  I assume they would not have chosen to use two different fluid ratings for those two systems, but I hate to assume anything so I'm asking.  I should drain/refill my clutch system (having never done it before) and want to be sure I'm on the right track.  The heat from the crossover pipe (something I long to rid the car of as soon as possible) must degrade the quality of that fluid, over the years/miles.
> Thanx for your help and continue to Drive Stainless!
> Craig Werner
> 07181


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