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Old May 11th, 2016, 04:44 PM   #251
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Glad this archive still exist. I was quoted $854 to do the clutch job excluding resurfacing the flywheel. Screw that. I plan to do this myself in the fall. Throwout bearing (I think) sounds like a chirping bird.
Yea I used this post too, along with my Haynes book, I probably would of never attempted it without this post as I've never done a trans job before. I remember seeing this post when browsing for other things and thinking man I hope I never have to do that, well the day came.

Anyway I would recommend a Transmission Jack if you are doing it alone unless you are Hulk like. It makes a huge difference.

Also if I were you I would change all 5 motor mounts while the trans is out if they are old. Well all 4 while it's out, change the one on the passenger side when you have it all back together.
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Old April 18th, 2017, 01:26 AM   #252
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Hey, you forgot to mention some of us have to remove the splash shield. At least one 22 year old car still has all her plastic! Also when working on the CV axle I don't generally remove the 12mm ABS sensor bolts (that have a reputation for breaking), pulling the line off the strut and the 10mm nuts in the fender well gives me enough room to work. (Though I suppose if the 10mm nuts aren't rusted I really shouldn't be worried about the 12mm sensor bolts...)
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Old April 20th, 2017, 12:41 AM   #253
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Yes. That would negate the concern of the 12mm bolts.
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Old September 24th, 2017, 01:38 PM   #254
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And to think I'll have to be doing this soon too. An I just put in a whole new Rack and as of yesterday a new Power Steering Pressure line.

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