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clutch change #269752 Sep 8, 9:41am Sep 8, 9:41am
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clutch change
about how long does it take to change and how much did you guys pay for it
toyota wants 1500 while my friend who had a celica said he paid 400


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Re: clutch change [Re: jav8or] #269753 Sep 8, 10:14am Sep 8, 10:14am
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Should take a good days work (4-8 hours).

Toyota will quote you at $800+, but I got my gf's dad to do it for $300, and that was including the $150 for the clutch.


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Re: clutch change [Re: slidr] #269754 Sep 8, 11:10am Sep 8, 11:10am
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Just make it change by a good garage, dealership charge twice an hour for any works and a lot of their mecanics are crap! Well where i leave it is like that thumbsdown

Re: clutch change [Re: slidr] #269755 Sep 8, 11:36am Sep 8, 11:36am
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If you do take it to a shop, be sure and remove the under body plastics, because often times, they will not take them off correctly and damage them.

Also, in order to access certain parts, your air Intake and ECU may need to be removed also. Shouldn't worry too much about this, but if your car comes back with a dinged up air Intake, then that's most likely why.


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Re: clutch change [Re: slidr] #269756 Sep 9, 6:22am Sep 9, 6:22am
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$1500 is way too much...my dealer (a very good one BTW) quoted me only $480 in labor to do the TRD Clutch and Fidanza flywheel install

Re: clutch change [Re: AZZKIKR] #269757 Sep 9, 6:55am Sep 9, 6:55am
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my dealer wanted 1600 including parts and labor to put a new stock clutch in

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