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Date: Sun, 22 Apr 2001 03:45:07 GMT
From: Don M <>
Subject: Re: 88 spg brakes

Had the same problem with my '87 convert. Got a new master cylinder from one of the suppliers advertising in NINES or maybe it was on, don't remember which. It cost about $100-120. It took less than an hour to install. Solved the problem. Since I was changing the master and all the brake fluid, I decided to replace the rubber flex hoses to the wheels with teflon lined stainless hoses. Braking now is very solid, and the pedal feel is great. The lines were about another $100 from an outfit advertising in NINES, but it was a pain to install. The rear lines go through and connect under the rear seat. Changing the lines and bleeding the system took me another two hours. Still the whole project probably cost less and took less of my time than if I brought my Saab shop. Gershom Wynn wrote: > Every once and a while my brake pedal sinks all the way to the floor but > pumping it once solves the problem until the next time....what is dying and > how much should it cost?

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