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What are the problems with replacing the throw-out bearing on a 1994 Ford F 250?

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2007-07-20 03:28:47
2007-07-20 03:28:47

There can possibly be no major problem with changing a throw-out bearing, as long as you do your homework first. Probably the most difficult of the whole project will be removing the transmission. All you need to do is make sure you have enough room underneath the truck to bring the transmission out. Take your time undoing all the bolts and remember to support the transmission while doing so. Once the trannys out its pretty straight forward from there to remove the throw-out bearing, just follow your service manual. To install, just reverse the removal steps.

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