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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-05-2013, 10:24 PM Thread Starter
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Quick Clutch Replacement Question

Just about to undertake a clutch replacement in my shop. I am a heavy duty mechanic but haven't done much of anything to my car. Just wondering if it would be easier to pull the engine and do it like that or drop the transaxle. I have access to an overhead crane but no car lift, just jackstands. Also what specialty tools do I require?

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Just about to undertake a clutch replacement in my shop. I am a heavy duty mechanic but haven't done much of anything to my car. Just wondering if it would be easier to pull the engine and do it like that or drop the transaxle. I have access to an overhead crane but no car lift, just jackstands. Also what specialty tools do I require?

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Drop the front subframe and pull the axles out....you will also have to disconect the steering column and the upper bolts on your endlinks....

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their is no special tools required if u want to know all the tools you need look on this http://www.google.com/url?q=http://w...85k5r-hoqnVwJQ
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