heres some starting steps
1) remove intake tubes and fiter
2) drain tranny fluid
3) remove wheels
4) remove strut to caliper bolts
5) remove axles by unscrewing big nut on end and priing the other sid off the tranny
6) disconnect speed sensor and back up light sensor on tranny
7) remove clutch slave cylinder on top of tranny
8) undo shifting linkage cables and mounting bracket
9) remove center cross member underneith the car
10) suport tranny with jack or hoist
11) remove all bolts that connect the tranny and the block together
12) remove all bolts that go through the mounts
13) support the motor cause when you pull off the tranny the motor will hang
14) remove starter in back of tranny directly under the intake manifold
after all these steps you should be able to drop the tranny and replace the clutch
after dropping the tranny=
1) remove bolts from pressure plate to flywheel
2 clean flywheel and abserve the damage it may need to be resurfaced
3) put new clutch and pressure plate up and stick the little spline tool in the clutch disc splines and throgh the crankshaft bolt down the pressure plate
4) install the new throwout bearing on the tranny
5) when you get the tranny back up and in place you will need to pull the clutch arm on top of the tranny pull it towards the fire wall and youll feel it snap towards the fire wall and that means you just put your throw out bearing into the pressure plate
6) now put it all back together
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it's not that heavy, u can carry it yourself. jack stands will be enough to work with, as long as you jack it high enough. that's what i did. all u need to do after you gat the tranny out is slide it out from under the car but putting it in will be kinda a pain.
thanks for the step by step. i'm planning on starting as soon as i get the centerforce clutch that i ordered so in like a week i'm hoping. are there any special tools i might need? and do you think that if i'm putting in an upgraded performance clutch that i should do the flywheel as well? if so what would you recommend for my 2001 2.0L?? thanks again for your help!
you don't really need a flywheel because if you think about it , you'll be spinning your wheels a lot and if you use the stock flywheel it compensates becuase of the wieght ratio to the clutch and to the wheels. but it's up to you... it is recommend that you resurface your flywheel or esle your pressure plate will go out quick.
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