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Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2007 09:08:09 -0700
From: "Rachel C." <onlyalittle5150nospamcom>
Subject: Re: My left leg gets a workout

On Jul 16, 12:01 pm, Doug Schwarz <> wrote: > Greetings fellow Saabophiles, > > I have a 1995 900S with a very heavy clutch (much harder to press than > the clutch in my wife's car, also a 1995 900S). > > Obviously, there is a spring against which I am pushing. Where is this > spring and is it possible/advisable/easy to replace it with an easier > one? > > It's not really a problem in normal driving, but it gets pretty tiresome > when I'm in stop-and-go traffic. > > Thanks for any advice! > > -- > Doug Schwarz > dmschwarz&ieee,org > Make obvious changes to get real email address. Hi Doug- I purchased a 1995 900s last year and felt the same about the clutch. I lived with it until the cable broke and replaced it myself. We thought with proper "adjustment" it might be better. (pulling on the cable and letting go! Easiest adjustment EVER!) However, we've learned from several other SAAB folks that it's pretty common for the NG900 to feel this way. It is kinda rough in traffic, but damn, my left leg sure is sexy! Maybe trade cars with your wife..... ;) Rachel C.

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