Date: Sat, 11 Sep 1999 16:22:03 -0400
From: Ryan Thomas <rtdc98nopsamo.com>
Subject: Re: Question about expected duration of 9-3 SE Clutch


My 96 900 SE has 140,000 miles on the original clutch... and the car has seen some performance driving in its day. The clutch doesn't feel like it is brand new, but it still has a lot of life in it. nutmeggernopsameja.com wrote: > In article <37D6EA5E.D4AFB73Anopsamdnet.att.net>, > awhoughtonnopsamdnet.att.net wrote: > > I've seen a lot of talk about the clutches on the Saabs. I know that > > they changed the 9-3 clutch so that it is different than what they had > > on the 900. > > They did? > > > > Anyway, I'm a bit curious.... > > Me too, as I've never had to do one. > > > > How long should I expect the clutch to last? > > I think it all depends on how you drive it really, some people are > strange the way they use clutches, always riding them. > > > > How much would I have to pay to replace it if it were to go bad (after > > warranty)? > > Oh I'm sure like anything else mucho $$. > > Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ > Share what you know. Learn what you don't.

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