Date: Wed, 22 Sep 2004 19:16:23 +0300
From: "A Peltola" <>
Subject: Re: How hard is it to replace a slave cylinder on an 87' saab 900S?

> > Take along (stay with me here, I'm serious) a roll of duct tape, a turkey > baster, 6 feet of clear tubing to fit over the end of the baster, two > pints of DOT-4 brake fluid, and the right size wrench for the clutch > bleeder nipple (13mm? Anyone know this? I can check tonight). > Yes, it is 13mm. Your instructions were good, though I have bleeded my clutches just by filling up the reservoir and opening the bleeder nipple. And gravity does the job for me. Then close the bleeder, fill the reservoir, put the cap on and you¥re done! Don¥t know if this gets all the bubbles out but my cluches sure work fine! :) -Aki & c900t16

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