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Hydraulic clutch

Left - Discovery , Right - Defender.

The reservoir for the hydraulic fluid of the clutch is an tiny can mounted to the bulkhead near the brake servo. Park the car on level ground. Clean the area around the cap and the cap itself with spray-on window cleaner and wipe it off. You surely don't want any foreign matter in the tiny lines.

Screw off the cap and inspect the oil level. It should be about 6mm or 1/4 inch under the top edge. If you fill it up you must drap a copious amount of paper or rags around and under the reservoir as it contains brake fluid. This will damage paint if spilled. It's also harmfull for the skin and dangerous for the eyes.