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1996 honda civic clutch housing removal

How many bolts to the housing?

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  • prankin5 Nov 16, 2008

    I'm having a hard time getting the clutch housing to separate from the engine on 1996 Honda Civic.

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And make sure you dis connect the shift linkage!

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