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1999 si honda, asbestos parts

Im changing out my 1999 honda factory clutch and was curious if it may contain asbestos and if so how I can do it safely??

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Not any more but be sure you put it the wright way or you will doing it all over again.

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    2001 honda passport front brake rotors do not just come off after the caliper is removed. It is bolted to the hub. Trust me, it is different than most other cars. You do not just pull the cotter pin &...


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    Yes, I would get the dealership parts including the clutch plate, throw out bearing, and any other parts that seem to wear out when doing a clutch job on a Honda.

    Get the service manual to learn specifically how to do this job.

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    The brake rotor can be removed without separating the caliper from the mounting bracket.
    1. Release the parking brake.
    2. Remove 2/3 of the brake fluid from the master cylinder.
    3. Raise and support the vehicle.
    4. Remove the tire and wheel assembly.
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    7. Remove the rotor. Slowly turn the rotor while pulling the rotor away from the axle. (15 series).
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    5. Install the rotor. Slowly turn the rotor while pushing the rotor towards the axle. (25 series).
    6. Install the caliper and the mounting bracket as an assembly.
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    It always makes good sense to mark parts before disassembling them. Clutch parts are balanced at the factory while on the engine. If the clutch cover is to be used again, it should be replaced in its original position. Make a centerpunch mark on the flywheel and on the clutch.
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    Use a HEPA vacuum to vacuum any asbestos dust from the assembly before disassembling it. Asbestos fibers can pass through a regular vacuum bag.
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    Inspect the clutch parts for damage. You will want to determine the cause before replacing the parts. A repeat failure must be avoided.
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