DIY Clutch Replacement (4 cylinder)

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  1. Marknhl

    Marknhl New Member

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    Thanks so much for this - super helpful and well detailed.

    I'm putting the clutch back in today and the pictures are gone all of a sudden. Something about third party hosting. Please help!

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Rusty Accord

    Rusty Accord Well-Known Member

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    The pics were hosted by Photobucket, who is damanding 400 a year from people to get their pics back up or just back in some cases (used to be free hosting). It's not just this forum or website, but others as well, leaving BIG holes in peoples build threads, and causing other problems for people who are using cell phones to load pics with, or transfer them from site to site. Don't be surprised IF you see more threads all messed up because of this.
     
  3. INK DEMON

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    The images have been re-uploaded now in case anyone ever needs this again.
     
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    Thank You. Such nice clear photos on a very clean engine/trans combo.:)
     
  5. bigbee

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    Thanks for taking the time to post this! The only extra bit of info I would share after doing my clutch is removing one of the transmission mount studs for much easier removal and replacement. One of the 3 studs that connect the trans to the mount is removable and has a hex head on it for 7 or 8 mm socket. This gives you just a little bit more wiggle room going in and out but makes all the difference. I also had to replace my rear main beam (subframe) due to the rust issue so the 2 projects merged into one big surgery.
     

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