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Anybody have a picture of the clutch master cylinder and reservoir? Just need to check something and can't find a pic.
 

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The reservoir is common with the brake master.
 

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The clutch in this car is vacuum driven? Was I smokin' in the boys room during that lesson? I assumed it was cable driven.
 

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The clutch in this car is vacuum driven? Was I smokin' in the boys room during that lesson? I assumed it was cable driven.
Its hydraulic - what CruiserDan referred to is the clutch shares the brake system's reservoir for hydraulic fluid.

That's why the clutch pedal effort is light on these cars - hydraulic systems can exert much more pressure @ the clutch fingers with lower pedal effort vs. a cable or rod/fork actuated system. The slave cyl. is inside the bellhousing, behind the throwout bearing.

The 93+ Camaro/Firebird used this system with the T-56 transmission that preceded the Tremec TR6060 which is a further update from the T-56 design.
 
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