Question about 1995 Jeep Cherokee 2 Door
When i put it in reverse it grinds,how do i change my clutch. i can't see all the bolts to the transmission and what tools do i need
Have you verified that the clutch slave or master cylinder is functioning correctly? Check before changing clutch.
You will need a good set of hand tools, including some swivel sockets and both 1/2" & 3/8" drive ratchets & extensions. You will also need a pilot shaft to properly locate the clutch disc. (I also use at least two long headless bolts the same size as the trans to bellhousing bolts to locate transmission as it is drawn into place, without moving the disc.There are fairly good instructions in most even "marginal" repair manuals such as haynes. You will find attaching bolts as you work.
To do this properly you also need a decent floor jack to hold trans up while installing. Do not work on gravel or dirt or you won't be able to move jack as needed. If you don't have this stuff, and don't want to buy it, have a shop do the job or you likely will be wasting your $.
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