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Clutch, pressure plate and throwout bearing were replace three years ago along with rebuilding the slave when I replaced the trans. Slippage only happened when I get on the turbo. Minimal slippage was only a few time and I back off the throttle immediately. I read that when doing the slave, sometimes old rubber hose particles can ruin the clutch master cylinder. Since bringing it back onto the road I've replaced the master and the hose is giving me problems at the metal line nut. It will not rotate on the metal line. I just today reached into the transmission housing and lightly pried the slave back away from the Clutch pressure plate to see if it would help. Still no engagement of the the trans. to the wheels. I'm sure the hose isn't the cause of the problem now, but will replace due to it age. Now my question is, "can the clutch disc separate from it's spline hub"? I also recently return my 900t back on the road after replacing the water pump, vacuum hoses and flushed the transmission, replace the leaking coolant reservoir. The 900t ran perfectly until the head gasket just went. Mocha in the oil. So this last month has been full of advancement in Saabing back to a Saab story. I still will move forward on these cars. So my summer has added a list of 87/9000t trans removal, head gasket replacement on the 92/900t, Replacing head gasket on my wife,s 95/859-t5 turbo sedan. Is it just me or are my cars just pissed at the site 58/Volvo 444 that I just purchase and have running in site of the other cars. My plate isn't just full anymore, it's overflowing. ARrrrggggg-:)
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