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Volkswagen Chemical and Fluid Parts

Volkswagen is a global leading auto brand that manufactures quality vehicles with technologically superior designs. VW has had three of their vehicle lines in the top 10-bestselling list and still has them on the market today. Their long standing history has been built on of years of experience with intensely driven standards in their creation of vehicles and products, and more specifically, fluid parts and components. Your Volkswagen’s manual transmission uses hydraulics, which uses fluid, or has a cable linking your clutch pedal to its transmission. If your Volkswagen has a hydraulic clutch, its fluid has to be inspected every month to make sure it is filled and there are no new leaks. First, find out of your Volkswagen has a hydraulic clutch. Make sure your engine is off and lift up the hood. You are looking for a little plastic container about an inch in diameter situated close to the rear of our engine. It is commonly near your Volkswagen’s brake fluid reservoir and even looks like the brake fluid reservoir, but is not as large. Think as though your clutch pedal went straight into your engine compartment. This is where you should find your clutch master cylinder and clutch reservoir. Next, inspect our Volkswagen’s fluid level. The reservoir is generally clear with a circular rubber cap. It should be filled to the top marker and add some brake fluid if it as not as the proper level. FCP Euro has a vast directory of Volkswagen fluid parts and components, including a great stock for the Volkswagen brand. Whether you are looking for VW Engine Oil or VW Transmission Fluid FCP Euro has your specific model’s needs on hand.

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Your Volkswagen’s hydraulic clutch also uses brake fluid. Remember, there is no such thing as "clutch fluid". Volkswagen’s with a clutch cable do not use fluid at all. A leak can usually be noticed in your reservoir/clutch master cylinder, at the opposite end of the clutch hydraulic line, at the clutch slave cylinder, or inside your VW, in the back of your clutch pedal. Make sure not to spill any of the brake fluid on you or your Volkswagen‘s paint, as it is very corrosive. Clean off your hands and wipe spills away with a clean rag. If the clutch reservoir has become regularly low, you most likely have sprung a leak. The reservoir is small, so even a small leak can drain it out fast. Without fluid, your clutch pedal has no purpose, so you will not be able to shift or drive your VW. FCP Euro's proficient and attentive call center team is always on hand for support or questions. If you are in need of advice to help decide which fluid best suits your Volkswagen, FCP has a great selection for the VW brand. Check out FCP Euro’s website for all products, as well as our continuously updating inventory. If you have questions, would like to put in a phone order, or just have feedback, do not hesitate to give FCP Euro a call at 877-634-0063 to connect with our service friendly team.

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