Date: Thu, 07 Nov 2002 14:37:44 +0000
From: Grunff <grunffnopsam.com>
Subject: Re: 84 900 turbo clutch


darkpoter wrote: > Nope no manuals at all. I generally just get the guys at the dealership to > print out the page or 2 from their computer when i pickup the parts. This > car seems simple enough once you find the dipstick/airfilter, but maybe i > should get one of the manuals anyways. > I have been looking around and have had no luck however finding a > dealership that can sell me only the disk. Since its so easy to access i > would rather just replace the disk then the whole unit. Infact nobody seems > to be able to get orginal parts anymore. Are there aftermarket clutches that > people might suggest as cheap reliable replacements? Do yourself a favour and replace the plate, spring and slave. In the UK, the three piece kit is only 120 or thereabouts; I can't imagine it's much more where you are. Replacing the spring increases drivability no-end. Springs stiffen as they age, and a new spring is both softer and more springy over a greater distance. As for the slave, they're so cheap as to be worth doing at the same time. -- Grunff

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