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Do I need to remove auto trans in1995 jeep to replace worn clutch discs?

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Yes.

the transmission will need to be removed from the vehicle and torn apart to replace worn clutch discs. Basically it will be rebuilt.

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    Jeremy W. Feb 25, 2012

    You will not be able to rebuild it yourself without some specialty tools.

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