Date: Sat, 23 Jul 2005 13:38:00 +0100
From: Grunff <grunffnospam.com>
Subject: Re: Remove 99 clutch slave cylinder?


elijahsnospaml.com wrote: > Hi! I have a leak in my clutch slave cylinder on a 1977 99... I need > to get this car on the road temporarily and quickly, so I'm not > interested in doing a complete clutch job if I don't have to. Can I > get this in and out without removing the radiator, etc? The book I > have isn't really clear on the procedure and it's too late to call my > local shops; was hoping to do it this weekend... 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. It's still a pretty easy job as clutches go. -- Grunff

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