Date: Thu, 27 Jun 2002 11:18:37 +0100
From: Grunff <grunffnopsam.com>
Subject: Re: replacing the slave clutch cylinder


KJ F wrote: > Hi All, > > I need to replace the slave clutch cylinder from my saab 9000 C '93. Can > anybody tell me what the procedure is to do that. I know it's quite a > job i know. Do i need to completely remove the gearbox. Where do i > start.? > > thankx in advance > > Kees-Jan There's nothing particularly tricky about it, it's just looong (takes me a good long day). You do need to remove the whole gearbox. Some do it from above, some do it from below. Personal pref. If I were you, I'd also replace the hose connecting the master to the slave - these have been known to break down, causing lots of fine rubber particles to travel to the slave. While you're at it, you may want to replace the master too. Because of the length of the job, if you intend to keep the car for a while, then consider doing the following: Crank seal (very quick to do, and not expensive), and clutch (not very cheap, but very quick to do with the gearbox out). Good luck, -- Grunff

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