Date: Thu, 27 Jul 2006 22:44:02 +0300
From: "Sven" <svennospam.ee>
Subject: Re: 94 9000 Turbo Clutch Problem


"cs" <cobsnospamnet> kirjutas sõnumis news:cee5c21cq63upvhh9uojdo62jksr8j4360nospamcom... > when my '88 9k did this, it was the master cylinder, in the bulk head, > left side. > > On 22 Jul 2006 11:33:17 -0700, echo888xnospamo.com wrote: > >>My clutch had been working fine with no symptoms until it failed >>yesterday. Pushed to the floor - had to pull it back manually - drove >>on as the clutch continued to operate normally for many shifts until it >>pushed to the floor again and had to be pulled back - worked again for >>awhile -- until it did it again. Fourth time around it stopped >>returning on its own altogether. Had to drive it some distance, >>shifting without the clutch. Since it still pushes down to the floor >>(you can pull it up and push it back down again) with the usual >>pressure, would that rule out a seal failure or compromise of the tube >>between the master and slave cylinders? I don't have the car here now, >>so I can't check for fluid underneath, but my garage floor is dry so it >>couldn't have been a gradual leak anyway. Any thoughts on this, or >>ideas for a happier ending than the major expense of a clutch >>replacement? >

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