Question about Hyundai Motor 1998 Accent
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There you go, just click on your year and the clutch kit. You can always call your local auto store and ask them to price it for you.
Posted on Jun 20, 2008
Trust me it is quite an excercise and not worth doing yourself. With the proper tools, a hoist and a my mate who is a Guru Subaru Mech it took 4 hours. Without having done it before and without the Hoist ( which is wha I was going to do initially ) I'd say you wouldn't get much change out of 8 - 12 hours.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
Pilot bearing (pressed into flywheel) or release bearing (presses against clutch pressure plate)?
Regardless, the repair is the same. Replace clutch disc, pressure plate, release bearing & pilot bearing. Most flywheels are available or as part of a complete kit, minimum is to inspect & resurface flywheel when replacing clutch assymbly.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
The thrust bearing is normally a part of a new clutch kit.Comprises pressure plate, clutch plate and thrust bearing.You will need to remove the gear box to change the bearing.The bearing basically slides onto the gearbox shaft. Recommend changing all three rather than just the beaing.You may want to get quotes from garages as dealers are expensive.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
SOURCE: transmision .
I do believe that is the Mitsubishi, I agree that the Library would be your best bet. the haynes manual I am looking at doesn't go into detail however. You may need to get a Bentley manual.
The clutch, now there's a good question. the real question is.... Do you want to pull it again after all this work... Ya didn't think so.. the parts rill run around 220 for pressure plate, and disc. Replace the slave cylinder also as they love to fail..
I can add this hint. If you are on the ground doing this, to replace the tranny use two tie down straps across the frame and under the tranny lift with a jack but support with the straps. this makes lining it up a breeze and if a 4WD you can even attach the transfer case and rear mount.. made it super easy for me... I did it by myself in under an hour..but I was stupid first I replace the slave cylinder then a year later the pressure plate. I then replaced the slave cylinder a second time... Hey 40 bucks was cheap...
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
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