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1992 900 Turbo Convertible w/ 105,000+ miles

I had been on vacation for about 2 months and had asked my dad to start my car while I was away. He left the last two weeks I was away so the car was sitting for that time without being started. When I tried to start my car the battery was dead and the clutch goes straight to the floor with no pressure behind it. We jumped the car and it started but the clutch is still limp. Our mechanic said to put fluid in it and pump the clutch to build the pressure back, but we're not sure where the resevoir is to put it in. Anyone know?
 

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It's where the red arrow is pointing in this pic. Same as the brake reservoir. I haven't got ABS - if you do it might look a bit different but shouldn't be hard to figuire out. If you need an ABS pic I'm sure someone will oblige.



The clutch shouldn't just expire having sat for 2 weeks. Sounds like a leaking master or slave cylinder.

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Jezzadee is right, you probably have a leak or a your slave is weak and needs replacing.

Its not expensive so your in luck:cheesy:
 
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