Where do you replace the clutch fluid on a 1997 eclipse gst?

Answer under the hood, make sure you don´t get confused with the brake fluid, oil or radiator fluid. Look for the clutch diagram. Read the manual!
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1997 eclipse blown door speakers hard to replace you need to replace the door speakers on your 1997 eclipse gst is this very hard to do?

Answer   Yes it is easy. Just take off your door panel. There are about 4 screws around the outside, one screw behind the handle from the inside, and one screw under a ta (MORE)

What is the cost of Replacing clutch in 98 eclipse?

  It's about 7 hours of labor. So depending how much your local mechanic is charging for labor/hour. you do the math... mine charged me 60.00/hr. and i got clutch flywheel (MORE)

Solutions to Hydraulic Clutch Problems

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What to Do When Your Motorcycle Clutch is Frozen

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Juice fasting or dieting is quite popular. Celebrities, athletes and everyday folks are turning to juice to cleanse their systems. But does the juice diet really work? A juice (MORE)

How do you remove the rear rotor of a 1997 Mitsubishi GST Eclipse?

  Answer   Rear Rotor Removal.     remove wheel.     Remove the 14mm bolt holding the e brake "L" shaped hanger before the caliper, pry ebrake arm forwa (MORE)

How do you remove the dash board speakers in a 1997 Mitsubishi eclipse GST?

  Answer     Fortunately these can be removed from the top rather than having to take out the entire dashboard. They are held in place by four plastic flat shaft (MORE)

How do change the clutch fluid on 2001 eclipse?

  MANUAL TRANSAXLE OIL REPLACEMENT   1. Remove the filler plug.   2. Remove the drain plug and drain the oil.   3. Replace and tighten the drain plug to the speci (MORE)

Why Do I Have Earwax? And 7 More Fun Facts About the Body

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A Medical Overview of DO Doctors

While everyone recognizes the term MD stands for Doctor of Medicine, another type of doctor is often forgotten: the DO, or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine. The DO is a normal d (MORE)