Well, we mean transmission fluid. It's a lot thicker than motor oil so when it's cold out, shifting in and out of gears will be met with a little more resistance until the fluid warms up and thins out a bit.
The clutch hydraulic system draws fluid from the brake fluid reservoir, so changing the clutch fluid would be as easy as bleeding the clutch slave cylinder as you would a normal brake caliper. The clutch slave cylinder can be found mounted to the side of the transmission facing the front of the car.
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