Relocating the Clutch Fluid Reservoir.

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Pop the reservoir out of its bracket by sliding it straight up. Then unbolt the factory bracket from the fender and attach it to the relocation bracket on the underside of the PowerTray. 

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Next, push the reservoir out of the way and install the PowerTray like normal. Once the PowerTray is fully installed, just take the clutch fluid reservoir and slide it back into its original bracket (now attached to the PowerTray instead of the fender.) 

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Finally, take a step back and marvel at all the room for activities you've created.

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Note: A few rare manual transmission Tacomas do not have a clutch fluid reservoir bolted to the fender. Instead clutch fluid reservoir is integrated into the master cylinder. If your Tacoma has a manual Transmission but no separate clutch fluid reservoir, just order the PowerTray as an automatic transmission.