From The Information You Have Provided You Do. When Replacing The Clutch; Install A New Release Bearing And Pressure Plate Also.
Local dealership charged me $1,400 recently for an '06 Toyota Corolla S clutch.
Are you replacing a whole clutch or just the clutch plates?
2005 manual transmission toyota corolla cost $1,100 at dealer
Disconnect you brake system and die
Depends on what exactly is wrong with it :) Unless it is about simply replacing or adjusting the clutch cable, replacing the clutch involves removing transmission out, which means taking the axles out etc.
No you can not because its a fluid clutch...i know some older civics could be adjusted but it's only cuz they are a cable clutch
kill ur self
same as brake fluid resevoir
2013:07.23: I have 180K on a 1997 Corolla on the original clutch. I taught 3 people to drive a standard on it. So far, so good! I find this incrediable.
My car is going through the same issue with the A/C. You CAN replace the compressor clutch without replacing the compressor, but the caveat is that you can't tell if the compressor is any good without a clutch. So basically you are gambling that the compressor will still be good by only replacing the clutch. Hope this helps!
No... If you are just replacing the clutch with a standard . If you are getting a high performance clutch, it is recommended that you buy a lighter flywheel.
At least the slave cylinder. The clutch master cylinder can be replaced at any time.
Bad clutch slave cylinder or failed soft hose from master to slave cylinder.
You need a clutch job. The flywheel needs resurfacing as it is causing clutch chatter. Dan the tranny man
when the clutch releases at the very top, that usually indicates that the clutch needs replacing. the clutch may just need adjustment. one more thing, the clutch on Chevy s-10's usually release high anyway.
clutch needs replacing good luck! not a fun job
it is located on right side of the engine
To change the clutch you need to remove the engine, the transmission or both. The clutch is BEWEEN the engine and transmission and you can't get it off without separating them.
The fluid in the clutch master cylinder is brake fluid. Use DOT 3 or similar brake fluid for fluid replacement.
It is necessary to to adjust the the clutch actuation system to set up the correct free movement when replacing any of the clutch components
no, unless u have to remove the compressor unit. The clutch can be replaced with out removing the compressor if you have room to do it.
no adjustment for this car. it is hydraulic. if the clutch is not grabbing, it may be low on (brake) fluid, might have an air bubble in system, or might need the clutch, bearing and pressure plate to be replaced.