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Can you seperate the engine and trans in a 2001 dodge stratus to change the clutch without removing the engine.

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YES. YOU CAN REMOVE JUST THE TRANSMISSION FROM UNDER NEATH

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You need to get a manual. Try the Haynes manual for your car. Try autozone; generally available for around $20. This is not the type of thing that can be covered here in enought detail to do you any good.
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disconect the negative battery cable, set parking brake
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ther is a reservoir near the brake master cylinder on right side of engine

that is where your clutch fluid is

on the transmission usually in front there is a clutch slave with a bleeder. open bleeder with somebody pumping the clutch pedal a few time the open bleeder to flush liquid, close and repeat until
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first the engine does not need to be removed, a engine support bar is placed over the engine bay and hooked to the engine while the transmission is dropped, the clutch is bolted to the flywheel on the engine side and not on the transmission, if you are requesting info on how to seperate the transmission from the engine then you will need to support both engine and transmission equally so that there is no hang up between the transmission input shaft and the clutch splines, also be careful not to cause any damage to the pilot bearing or it will be harder to remove later, then use a pry bar between the two, being out of the car could be a bit more tricky,

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