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black fluid in reservior

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    black fluid in reservior

    The clutch fluid in the reservior or master cylinder is black in my car and has been for a while. Is changing it something easily done? I already have the dot 3 brake fluid. How bad is it to drive around with black clutch fluid? btw, its a 99 so it has the crappier slave cylinder...
    1999 Trans Am M6
    SLP Short Throw, Lid and CAI, BMR STB and SFC, UMI PHB, Pacesetter LT's and ORY, Magnaflow Catback, DMH 3" E-Cutout, LS7 Clutch, Motive 4.10, 160 T-Stat, MSD, !AIR, !EGR, 17x9.5 Chrome C6's wrapped in Hankook 275/40/17

    Tuned at Mongillo Motors in New Haven, CT

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    It's dirt. Flush it and call it good for now.

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    How would dirt get in there?

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    Mine gets a little dark sometimes too. Mine also has a slight leak, maybe yours does too?

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    I haven't noticed anything leaking... let's hope it's not.

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