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Clutch pack can I replace clutch pack with trans still in vehicle

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No it has to come out if its a manual ,no idea about the auto version ,very few vehicles are made where the clutch on a manual ****** can be changed without taking a gearbox out ,funny enough a porsche can be done without taking the gearbox out and a datsun 100a or a triumph 1300 but few and far between

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