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1991 Chevy Cavalier Transaxle removal

I need to change my clutch. But I don't know where to start. I have no idea what I am doing...to change the clutch I have to drop the transaxle. I need help!!

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You need to support engine.you need haynes repair manual. you have 58 steps to remove transmission.it would be easier to have repair manual.

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