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  • avatar MrShift@Edmunds 02/08/09 12:25 pm PST

    This is all very straight-forward stuff. All you need is a $15 workshop manual from Autozone. Much easier than trying to post diagrams into this little box and much clearer for you. Doesn't your mechanic have these books?

    This is pretty much a nut and bolt job. You'll want to buy a workshop manual, a clutch pilot tool (to center the clutch in the flywheel), a pilot bearing puller, a clutch disk, clutch pressure plate, throwout bearing, some white grease, some hydraulic fluid, a new slave cylinder, some jackstands, and you should rent a transmission jack as well. Otherwise, simple hand tools.

    Work safely under the car!


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  • MrShift@Edmunds 02/08/09 12:25 pm PST

    This is all very straight-forward stuff. All you need is a $15 workshop manual from Autozone. Much easier than trying to post diagrams into this little box and much clearer for you. Doesn't your mechanic have these books?

    This is pretty much a nut and bolt job. You'll want to buy a workshop manual, a clutch pilot tool (to center the clutch in the flywheel), a pilot bearing puller, a clutch disk, clutch pressure plate, throwout bearing, some white grease, some hydraulic fluid, a new slave cylinder, some jackstands, and you should rent a transmission jack as well. Otherwise, simple hand tools.

    Work safely under the car!


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