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Question Clutch Fluid

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I have a Hyundai I10 2011 manual transition and I want to change the brake fluid and clutch fluid (as recommended in the owners manual).
Where is the clutch fluid valve located?
I can't find it please help me.

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I have a 2010 model and the clutch is operated with a cable. Yours might be too.
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Thanks for the help. Just to be sure, I attached a picture of cable that connected to the transmission in my car, Is that the clutch cable that you are talking about?
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I think thats the gear selector cable pictured.
The clutch cable is on the top of the engine, get someone to operate the clutch while you watch for movement.
There is no hydraulic clutch on the i10 so no fluid.

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I attached a picture of cable that connected to the transmission in my car, Is that the clutch cable that you are talking about?
That cable does not go to the transmission but is acting on a lever that goes into the bellhousing - which is because it works on the clutch throwout bearing inside.

The selector cables (they always come in pairs ...) attach to the gearbox top.

Bottom line, again. No fluid for your clutch.

Honestly I am a bit concerned you want to work on brakes but need so much support to identify a clutch cable ...

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Honestly I am a bit concerned you want to work on brakes but need so much support to identify a clutch cable ...
Every body is started from something you know...
How the saying goes... Small step to the human, Big step to the humanity.
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Just to clear things up for you, the brake fluid is the same fluid that would be used to operate a slave cylinder to actuate the clutch. Some vehicles, not sure about any Hyundais, have a hydraulic throwout bearing. You can identify this if you see two small diameter flexible hoses/tubes going into the bell housing. The general term for the part connecting the transmission to the engine is "bell housing" even if it is in one piece with the transmission.
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