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1998 Honda Accord--5-speed-- clutch smeels...won't go

How do you replace the clutch?

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Here is a link that makes it SIMPLE STUPID. Try this site:

http://www.superstreetonline.com/techarticles/130_0612_honda_accord_clutch_installation/index.html

Good Luck!!! Let me know how it turned out!

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Very simple , disconnect battery, make sure you have the code for your radio before you do that, next have the vehicle on a convenient lift and remove the front wheels, remove both the axels, drain all the fluid out of the transaxel, now remve the whole rransaxel and then remove th eclutch plate and the disk, instalation is the reverse of removal.

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