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Clutch replacement can anyone tell me if clutch replacement is a relatively simple task or not? I am mechanically inclined but wasn't sure about anything this new...thanks for any input

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Does anyone know if theres is a online step by step procedure for a 2007 jeep wrangler? I'm doing the same thing.

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Hay 900 bucks the dealer will install the clutch parts and all its woth it if you arn't suer or have the tools .

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It is a relatively simple task if you have the right tools. To start with you need a good pad for this work. You will need floor jacks, jack stands of good quality, lots of common tools, especially a tork wrench. It would be very helpful if you have air tools. If you have never done this before make sure safety is your first choice. Work with a friend and make 100% sure your vehicle is secure. I always keep something under the hubs or even under the vehicle just in case it falls it cant fall far enough to hurt me. (Pad breaks or something crazy like a earth quake.. Never know.) Good Luck

Posted on Oct 13, 2008

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    Emissionwiz is right. The trans and part are very heavy, so I just wanted to add, please dont use concrete blocks for any of this work. You would be suprised how many people do.


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It is a very labor intensive job, also the components are very heavy and unless you use the proper trans jack or some other method to hold the trans for removal and re-installation you can really injure yourself. On a hydralyic lift, about 4 hours, on the ground, all day.

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