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Clutch Fluid Reservoir

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#1 SRTman

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Posted October 29, 2004 at 05:04 pm

I went to go fill my clutch fluid today ...as i was pouring it in, i noticed that the reservoir was actually filling....the fluid was actually falling str8 thru the hole at the bottom of the reservoir!.....i felt underneath the reservoir only to find that their was no hose connected to it!........Thought just maybe the hose popped off...boy was i wrong.........I unbolted the bracket that the reservoir is attached to and pulled it out......I found that theres a plastic extension from the bottom of the reservoir that feeds the fluid into a black tube.....that extension broke off right at the bottom of the reservoir....there's not even a numb left.......i had my car towed to the closest dealer only to be accused of breaking the part myself!!!!!!...I like how servcie managers pretend to know anyting about cars (this guy didn't) yet he accused me of breaking the bottom of the reservoir!..I'm taking it to my selling dealer tomorrow....wish me luck!

#2 Unorthodox Neon

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Posted October 29, 2004 at 05:48 pm

Yea gotta love dealers, thats the one reason DCX has bad sales, their dealers suck. They are always looking to "crack down" on bad dealers like that....

#3 SRTman

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Posted October 29, 2004 at 09:36 pm

it's still a complete mystery how the dang thing broke in the 1st place.

#4 brywalker


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Posted October 30, 2004 at 10:18 pm


Good old cable clutch. :)

#5 Potto

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Posted November 2, 2004 at 10:25 pm

I have been to a dodge dealership once. Was absolutely terrible. Toyota was alright. I just started working for Cadillac. These guys are great, the service advisors really take care of the customers. They dont let any customers leave unhappy.well they try not to, but you always have those few "special" people who seem to hate the world and everybody in it.


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