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1988 honda accord 2 door I need to change clutch

I have a 1988 honda accord 2 door. Clutch needs changed. Does the engine have to be lifted to change the clutch?

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  • jim brock Feb 19, 2009

    I pushed the cluch in and it went to the floor and doesn't come back up. I have a 1988 Honda Accord 2 door

  • Anonymous Apr 18, 2009

    need to change my clutch but not sure how to

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No remove gearbox but you might need to lower subframe to gain access ,use an engine lift to support gearbox or a block and tackle so you can pull it out and not have to lower it

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