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Re: CLUTCH IS GOING ON MY 1996 SAAB 900 S
These repairs normally cost like 2,500 dollars. this includes labor charge. there are other options as well but, i recommend you take it to a Saab dealership for optimal service and warranty.. the cheapest i have found is 1,005 dollars
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you need a new clutch, try this, apply the brake,, and try moving the car , normally when increasing the rpm's a motor (and good clutch) will win out every time, if you can raise the rpm's and it still stalls out you have other issues, But My bet would be you need a clutch replacement
To be honest, it will probably cost a lot. It just depends what all needs done. I would say your looking at 500-1000 dollars, if it involves taking the transmission out. It would be less if they don't, probably 150-300 dollars. 4 thumbs up is greatly appreciated if you appreciate the reply. Thanks.
sounds like the thrust bearing ,did you renew it when you changed the clutch ,and if so was it a plastic one?? best advice is to put in neutral when at the lights and keep the foot off of the clutch ,like i was taught to drive many years ago
Check the fluid level in the clutch master cylinder What you describe is that you cannot disengage the clutch when you step on the pedal. This occurs if you are low on fluid or the clutch release bearing has collapsed. If the bearing is bad, it should have made noises before this. Let me know. I will check back. Moe
just get the manually adjustable one. I just replaced mine today and I have a 96 900SE. the new clutch feels better and you only have to adjust it when the pedal has alot of "slack". that means that the pedal can be depressed about and inch before it starts operating the cable. anything more than an inch needs adjustment