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Date: 7 Nov 2002 21:05:59 GMT
Subject: Re: 84 900 turbo clutch

Someone who looks an awful lot like Robert Brown <> wrote: > wrote: >> Actually, I've found a method which doesn't suck. The reason that the >> bubbles are hard to get out, > Hey wait a minute . . . reading these last two postings, it's easy to get the > impression that changing the clutch generally involves opening the > hydraulics, this making bleeding the system necessary. > Not always so. True, it may be fine without it. Mine went about 200K miles and then got noisy - unfortunately, I'd just been in there doing the disks 50000 miles previous. It's barely more work to do the slave cyl. while you're in there, and it might save you re-doing the job a year or three later. Also, the cost difference isn't all that much. It's entirely up to the person doing it, but I'm thinking that if I ever get in that neighborhood again, I'll do them all together again. > I've changed three clutches (2x900, 1x99, all 1983 models) and in none > of these cases did I have to bleed the hydraulics. There is generally > no reason to disconnect any piping. True, but if someone does choose to do it, what I described for bleeding has worked well for me. > Apart from that, I second all that Dave and Grunff have said about turkeys > and bubbles etc ;-) especially if you find you need to disconnect the > hydraulic pipes or get air in some other way . . . > Good luck and post if you need more info. As you see, you have at least > three of us ready to give you advice ;-)) Yeah, we're always more than willing to tell people what to do. Er, wait a second... Dave

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