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Saab 2000 93 hot aero clutch problem??? I was parking out side my house, the clutch hit the floor no pressure . I returned the pedal and managed to get the reverse gear out, i do not know where the top up for the clutch is need to locate to cancell out no fliud.....

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Sorry to hear that mate, your slave cylinder has gone, you will need a replacement and more than likely a clutch as well if any fluid has contaminated the clutchplate, aero clutch is around

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