Date: Sat, 23 Jul 2005 13:47:24 +0100 From: Grunff <grunffnospam.com> Subject: Re: Remove 99 clutch slave cylinder?
Grunff wrote: > No, the radiator will need to come out so you have enough room to remove > the clutch splined shaft. In addition, you'll need to compress the > diaphragm spring and retain it in that postition with a spacer in order > to remove the slave. Further to that... I have a vague memory that early 99s used a standard (rather than annular) clutch slave. I don't know when this changed - I know my 1978 99 had an annular one. If yours has an early type slave, then it should be possible to remove it without removing any other clutch components. -- Grunff