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post #1 of 15 Old 09-30-2013, 01:28 PM Thread Starter
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Clutch fluid recomends

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Going to change my clutch/brake fluid. I was thinking Mobile 1 full synthetic. Thing is it is a dot3/4 fluid.

Thoughts or recommends?
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2010 2SS M6

Going to change my clutch/brake fluid. I was thinking Mobile 1 full synthetic. Thing is it is a dot3/4 fluid.

Thoughts or recommends?
how do u plan on changing it?

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I ran a Super Dot 3, can't remember the brand off the top of my head...

Used this procedure to "change" it. http://www.rangeracceleration.com/Clutch_Care.html


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I ran a Super Dot 3, can't remember the brand off the top of my head...

Used this procedure to "change" it. Clutch Care
awesome write up, thanks!, seems pretty easy to change just need a siringe, and some fluid, what fluid are u guys running out there?

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awesome write up, thanks!, seems pretty easy to change just need a siringe, and some fluid, what fluid are u guys running out there?
I used a turkey baster, easier to come by. Make sure to have a rag under the bottom as to not drop any fluid on the paint.


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I used a turkey baster, easier to come by. Make sure to have a rag under the bottom as to not drop any fluid on the paint.
will do!! need to buy the right clutch fluid, then going to attempt it

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