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Civic Clutch Install

 
Old 09-19-2004, 06:36 PM
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I just smoked my clutch, i bought a new one, does anybody care to take the time to do a write-up on how to install a new one or do i have to wing it. Won't be the frist time.

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Old 09-19-2004, 06:49 PM
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Step 1 go to the helms web site by a helms sevice manual (the same one that Honda techs use) follow the great instructions. thank me latter
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yeah...search
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well you have to drop the tranny which is pretty strait forward. First remove the axle nuts with the wheels on the ground, then Disconnect the battary, then remove the starter (makes it easier) disconnect all electric connectors to tranny, drain the tranny fluid. remove the shift linkage, remove your axels( i would recomend removing the suspension forks on both sides, then remove the 17mm on the bottom of the brake assembly by taking out the cotter pin, then split the ball joint above the 17mm bolt the easiet way is with a pickle fork) then remove all the 17mm bolts connecting the tranny to the block, then remove the tranny brace bolts underneith the car and on passenger side. take apart the clutch assembly connected to the tranny which is near the header. Once everything that is holding it together is off just split it together with a long flat object such as a flat head screw driver. then lower it with a jack or by any other means. Once it's out just slap the new clutch in and install the tranny back onto your car. I woudl recomend doing your flywheel while your at it to save you time in the future if you ever opt to get one.
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