Date: Tue, 14 Jul 1998 03:33:51 GMT
From: (chris)
Subject: Re: Can I replace clutch slave cylender my self?

oops sorry it is an '84 900 turbo. I have a book which describes the procedure. However, some of these repairs can have extra gotcha's. Thanks for the advice. -Chris On Mon, 13 Jul 1998 12:16:00 -0600, "Ronald M Friesen" <> wrote: >You don't say which car you have. Assuming its '93 or earlier, my rob't >bentley manual says: "......the clutch slave cylinder can only be removed >together with the pressure plate assembly, clutch disc and release bearing. >See* 4ll Clutch* for information on removing these components." There it >goes into detail with illustrations on how to remove the clutch ass'y, >getting it back in and bleeding etc. > >If its a 900 its fairly easy - I don't think you even have to remove the >radiator as you do on the 99. Its all out there real easy to get to but >follow procedure. > >I'd suggest buying or borrowing a Saab manual for your car. It at least >tells you sequence, tools required etc. > > >chris wrote in message <>... >>I have done many other repairs to my cars including the master clutch >>cylender. Is this a repair for the shop? >> >>Thanks in advance >>-Chris >

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