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Clutch master cylinder question..
Posted by Steven Mitchem [Email] (more from Steven Mitchem) on Tue, 29 May 2018 19:53:28
Getting ready to put a new engine in my 97 9000 I've already replaced the clutch itself should I just go ahead and buy a brand new clutch master cylinder. Is the old one rebuildable I'm not seeing a kit at eeruro. And what is the clutch guide pin for and where is it located on the car. I will replace the clutch line with a new one. And what's the longevity on the brake master cylinder. Should I go ahead and change it out while the engine is out. Which one of those should I buy. The two that I see at Euro parts are both made in Germany is one better than the other. By the way this car was an automatic it's getting a 5-speed put in. I have a donor car. Is there something else I should know about the swap that I'm not aware of. This is my first time doing a 5-speed swap on a 9000 I have done a couple of 900. I will pay close attention when I take the 5-speed donor car apart but just curious if there's something I could miss. Thanks
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