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If you're pretty sure you're going to be changing the motor sometime soon, and if in fact all clutch behavior has been fine, you might want to just fix what's broke.
First of all double check the hydraulic line from master to slave, for any leaks. If that's your problem it's a lot less work.
The clutch on a C900 is so much easier to get at and do than on most other cars, the old adage of doing everything when you're in there isn't so apt. You can go right back in any time you want, standing up and in broad daylight to do the work.
The biggest pain is probly going to be wrestling the plastic clutch cover off, or getting turbo plumbing out of the way first if so equipped. Third on hardness list is popping clutch shaft out after removing bail and cover.
Do some searches on this BB and you should find the whole drill pretty well spelled out.
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