To replace the clutch, the engine and transmission must be separated. Some prefer to remove the engine, some prefer to remove the transmission, some remove the entire assembly and separate the engine and transmission once they are out of the vehicle.
After the engine and transmission are separated, remove the pressure plate clutch and flywheel, have the flywheel resurfaced by a qualified machine shop. Replace the pilot bearing, clutch disk and pressure plate and use an alignment tool to make certain that the clutch disk is aligned between the flywheel and pressure plate. Then reassemble everything.
if it is anything like my 97' Saturn Sl2. The engine must be dropped out to dismount the transmission.
yes it is also the same
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I have a 96 Saturn sl2 with 160k going thru 1 qt of oil per week. What can I do to stop it?
I have been told that the 1997 SL2 has no clutch adjustment. It is self adjusting until it can't adjust further, then it needs replacing. This info comes from a trusted mechanic.
Clean the throttle body
No clutch cable... Saturns use a hydraulic clutch system for all manual transmissions.
1993 Saturn sl2
The clutch throw-out bearing may be failing.
The clutch is not adjustable, it's hydraulic and as such adjusts itself. The problem you are describing is the result of a failed clutch system, typically a leaky hydraulic component.
If a standard transmission vehicle makes a different sound when you press the clutch it usually means that the throwout bearing is about to seize.