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Wow...went to start my car this morning and found my clutch sitting on the floor. :D wonder what happened between parking it last night and this morning. And to think I didn't want to get dirty today. lol

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Thanks Matthew,
Thats an awesome writeup, and I did concider doing it myselg until I saw I needed the "Saab Tool" I seem to remember back in 1989 or so when a buddy worked on my then 1985 900T. He repaired the cars clutch slave for me, he didn't have this tool, but had made some sort of contraption that did the same job.
I did try to get a few buddys over here to help me do this job, but they all had other things to do. So tomorrow morning I'll have it towed to Toronto so that my mechanic can deal with it. Believe me I would rather do this job myself. Maybe next time.:D

Later

Michael

Matthew said:
If you have no pedal pressure at all and there's a puddle of hydraulic fluid underneath the front of the enigine, then ther car's clutch slave cylinder has failed.

If you fancy fixing it yourself, have a look here first:
http://www.saabcentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=35662
 
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