I can't remember two seals in your clutch master, my 69 Sonett only has one? but is a different master cyl.I haven't actually done a 69 96 cyl since the early 80's.
My memory (what memory)tells me that most all SAAB's clutch masters have been basically the same internally, 2 stroke, V4, 99,,900,9000.
But in any case you want the wide side of the seal to face the fluid, this way the fluid pushes it out against the bore making a better seal.
And are you pressure bleeding it? Slave easy to bleed, master much harder.
Good luck, RGS in da'Burgh, Pa. USA
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