i already have the clutch, and i dont want toyota to do it to rip me off, i asked my buddy, but he said it may need to be pulled out to change, also, i have the RPS disc and cover, can i use the stock throw out bearing
one of the motor mount bolts will have to be removed. once again if you dont have a lift its going to be a bitch and a half.
lift front end of car up. unbolt one side of motor mount. unbolt tranny and slide clutch out. replace with other clutch and reverse the process.
Sounds easy but laying down on your back and doing the job sucks donkey balls. took me and my pops the whole afternoon and hes been a mechanic for 40 years. it just slows you down when you dont got the right lift and everything is being done on your back.
if you want to take it to a shop i suggest not to go to toyota. there are other shops out there independantly owned who will charge less and do the same work.
Yeah I heard its really hard to change the clutch.. but I think it can be change with out removing the engine.. hummm this guy is going to change mine for $200.. I alredy saw hiw little shop and ohh yeah he has the tools.. he is going to raise the car and work under it!.. or something like that!
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