NOT A J0B FOR THE INEXPERIENCED UNLESS you have a lift and jacks to remove the trans. Get a manual on it if you want to do it though.
Remove the transmission. Remove the clutch plate and springs. Remove the clutch. Reverse the process to install the new clutch.
answerremove 2 bolts and a cotter pin in the pedal,remove reservoir,unscrew fluid pipe,install new one,bleed clutch very well
Remove driveshaft. Remove transfer case if you have 4X drive. Support engine. Remove transmission. Replace clutch. Reverse procedure to install. This is a big job and you will need a good step by step manual. Read this: http://free-auto-repair-advice.blogspot.com/2007/11/finding-repair-information-you-need-at.html
remove clutch cover. remove old belt. install new belt.
No, but you have to remove the wheel assembly and transmission.
With a manual hand pump.
This is a major mechanical project. Remove the clutch and manual transmission and the radiator. Install automatic transmission, new driveshaft, new radiator. You have just spent as much as a car is worth.
The short answer: Pull the transmission and put a clutch kit in it. A Honda Accord clutch kit comes with the clutch disc, pressure plate, and a new throwout bearing.Once you get the transmission out, the throwout bearing is slid onto the transmission input shaft and is connected to the clutch arm. You unhook it from the clutch arm, slip it off the shaft and put the new one in its place.
To install a clutch disk on a 1997 VW GTi the transmission will have to be removed from the engine. Once off the engine access the flywheel and remove it. Loosen and remove the clutch disk mounting hardware as well as the pressure plate. Install the replacement. Put everything back together than bleed the clutch.
Remove the fan belt, by loosening the tensioner pulley. Remove the fan clutch with the retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new fan clutch.
This requires special tools to remove and install the ac clutch and bearing. The air gap on the ac clutch must be done during install.
You needa specialtool to remove it and install it. You will need to measure the air gap between the clutch plate and pulley as you install it, .010" to .015" will usually do it.
To Remove: 1. Remove or disconnect the following: Transmission Quick disconnect from the slave cylinder 2. Install a clutch alignment tool. 3. Mark the flywheel and a clutch pressure plate lug for the installation alignment if reusing the pressure plate. 4. Remove or disconnect the following: Pressure plate bolts and the washers 5. Secure the clutch pressure plate and the clutch driven plate to the flywheel. 5. Remove the clutch alignment tool. To install: 1. Install or connect the following: Bolts and the washers securing the clutch pressure plate and the clutch driven plate to the flywheel Clutch alignment tool 2. Install the pressure plate. Align the marks made during removal if reusing the pressure plate. Tighten the clutch pressure plate mounting bolts. Torque to: 30 ft. lbs. (40 Nm) on the NV3500 or 33 ft. lbs. (44 Nm) on the NV1500 3. Remove the clutch alignment tool. 4. Install or connect the following: Manual Transmission, Quick disconnect to the concentric slave cylinder 5. Bleed the clutch hydraulic system if necessary. 6. Test drive the vehicle to confirm the repairs.
1. Remove clutch pedal assembly from car. 2. Remove fulcrum bolt. 3. Install clutch assist spring. 4. Align fulcrum (say, with a screwdriver tip). 5. Insert fulcrum bolt. 6. Reinstall clutch pedal assembly.
Remove the clutch cover, loosen the bolt joining the level to the clutch cable and snap. Repeat the process the reverse way to install.
no not at all not enough room.if it's standered and you need to replace the clutch you have just enough room to remove and install the clutch remember cut the clutch tool in half
if it is a 4wd you need to remove the engine from the vehicle
Usually, a manual transmission clutch slipping is caused either by oil on the clutch from a leaking rear main engine seal, or it's from a worn clutch. Honda clutches are operated with a hydraulic master/slave arrangement and as such are self-adjusting. Whether it's worn clutch or leaking rear main seal, you'll need to remove/replace the engine or transmission to get to the problem.
You will need to remove the transmission. Remove the clutch plate retaining bolts. Remove the clutch linkage. Remove the clutch retaining bolts.
A picture of the clutch assembly removal process for a 250 Polaris Trailblazer can be found in the repair manual. It details how to access, disassemble, and remove the assembly.
You need a new end clutch kit. Go to http://www.importperformancetransmissions.com, select your transmission type (auto or manual) and purchase the "IPT End Clutch Kit" under the "Overhaul Parts" section. To install, remove the front passenger wheel and the wheel well cover. Locate end clutch, remove, and reverse removal process for installing the new one.
To install the clutch on a 1987 Honda Civic the transmission will need to be taken off. Remove all the components to drop the transmission. Once removed loosen the bolts that hold the flywheel and clutch disks. Replace the parts.
Installing a new clutch is a complicated procedure best left to a trained mechanic. One needs to remove the axle and other components of the system from under the car, remove the old clutch, and attach the new one to the axle.