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Date: 30 Jan 1998 01:29:17 GMT
From: "Duane Dostie" <>
Subject: Re: 87 900 Slave Repair

> I'm replacing the clutch slave cylinder in my 87 900 and it looks like > the input shaft goes through the slave to engage the clutch. I > haven't removed the old one yet, but that is how it looks now that > I've removed the front cover. > > My question is, how do you disengage the shaft to install the new > slave? Am I wrong on this one. Any advice would be appreciated. You need a Bentley Manual for your car. Remove the cover, and then remove the little plastic oil flinger from the end of the input shaft. Screw in an M8 bolt with a washer on it. Using a pry bar pull out the input shaft until it contacts the radiator. Mine didn't take too much force at all, so don't get crazy. You can now remove the clutch bits and the slave cylinder. This is NOT a step by step procedure so go get the Bentley Manual. It's really an easy job. While you're at it you might want to replace all the rest of the clutch parts while you're in there. Duane

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