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1989 Dodge Dakota how to replace the throw out bearing

Do you have to pull the engine or can you just pull the transmission to repair it

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no, the throwout bearing is behind the clutch. you will have to remove the tranny.

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To get to the throwout bearing on your dodge dakota you will be needing to first remove the transmission from the vehicle.If you are still ready to do this with me then get back to me...HOPE I COULD HELP!!!

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no it fits in the back of the crank

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OK OUT OF THE BLUE MY TRUCK WOULDNT START I GOT A PUSH START AND IT WAS RUNNING FINE THEN ABOUT A WEEK LATER THE SAME HAPPEN AGAIN SO I STARTED TROUBLESHOOTING I THOUGHT IT WAS MY CLUTCH IT WOULDNT LET ME GO INTO GEAR I HAD SOMEONE LOOK AT IT AND THEY TOLD ME IT WAS MY TRANSMISSION BUT A FRIEND OF MIND TOLD ME TO CHECK MY TRANS FLUID I LOOK UNDER MY HOOD AND I COULDNT FIND WHERE IT WAS AT CAN YOU TELL WHERE IT IS LOCATED

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