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Trying to change clutch

Old 08-29-2014, 07:54 PM
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Question Trying to change clutch

Hey guys,

I'm trying to change my clutch over the weekend, and I'm having some issues. I first wanted to check the level which I can almost get to easily.

I couldn't find any spefic step by step instructions online on how to change the clutch besides some here and there information.

Does anyone have a copy of the service manual (not owners) to get a better idea. A free one would be nice, but I'd pay a nominal fee if I must.

Thanks in advance!
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I not have the service manual but it is not very hard to do. just be aware that you have to drop the sub frame.
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it can actually be done w.o dropping the subframe completely. just hard lol
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^^ That is true but I think for the pain its actually easier to just drop it.
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I can get you the how-to off GM service information but it will have a bunch of random stuff in it that you might not understand.... i'll copy just the first couple steps to get you a good idea....


Transmission Replacement
Removal Procedure
Disconnect the negative battery cable. Refer to Battery Negative Cable Disconnection and Connection.
Remove the cover from the underhood electrical center.
Object ID: 891899Click here for detailed picture of the image.
Remove the underhood electrical center bracket from the vehicle and reposition the electrical center (1) to access the bracket . Refer to Underhood Electrical Center or Junction Block Bracket Replacement.

Object ID: 1381686Click here for detailed picture of the image.
Disconnect the hydraulic clutch hose (3) from the clutch actuator cylinder (2) and the clutch master cylinder (1).
Cap the lines to prevent contamination or fluid loss.
Install the engine support fixture. Refer to Engine Support Fixture.
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