Date: Wed, 12 Aug 1998 11:58:10 -0400
From: morr <morrnopsamu.ca>
Subject: Re: 95 900s Clutch


Its almost impossible to fight a claim on a clutch. If you were driving he Saab, chances are that the clutch will be just fine right now. Cluch wear can vary DRAMATICALLY, it all depends on the how the car is used, and if teh drivers does a good job. $800 is not bad for a clutch job. Mark Chris Valliant wrote: > In article <6qno9s$nes$1nopsam1.dejanews.com>, kierannopsametworks.com says... > > > >My friend just lost the clutch in her 95 900s at 52k miles. She is being > >charged $800. Does the mileage seem typical for a Saab clutch to die? The > >one in my subaru ran till 172k but that was a cable and not a hydraulic > >clutch. Not sure why a hydraulic clutch would go sooner... > > The mileage is a bit low, but the Saab doesn't use a hydraulic system > in the 95 900 but a cable (here anyway). > > Happy saabing > Chris

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