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Messing with fluid level etc a week or so ago, and found out today I forgot to replace the cap on the master reservoir--and now its on the road somewhere.... Anyone have a spare laying around?

Thanks in advance,

Adam
 

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Lol. Dropped my clutch master cap the other week and COULD NOT FIND it.... the lid off some old, used up PVC glue fit just fine. . Just sayin'!
 

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I'm 98.873% certain that a cap for a 2005 Audi A4 will fit. When I had mine I used the exact same basic "european" adapter I have for my Motive power bleeder for both cars. From AutohausAZ you have to buy the reservoir to get the cap but it's not super expensive (cap is, unfortunately, yellow however):


Here's what Motive has to say on the subject:

motiveproducts.com said:
Nearly every European made car can use the 1100 and 1109 caps that are included in the 0100 and 0109 kits. These caps are female threaded caps and have an inner diameter at the threads of 45mm. BMW, Porsche, Saab, Volvo, VW (except air cooled) have used this type of cap since the late 1950s. Most other european cars also use this cap with some exceptions. Ferrari on some models and years will use a slightly smaller cap that is 42mm inner diameter. If you have a European made cars with a female threaded cap will more than likely use the 1100 and 1109 caps, but please check the inner diameter of the cap to be sure.
 
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