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Do you have to pull out the motor to change the clutch or just drop the transmission

Do you have to pull the motor out to change the clutch or just drop the transmission

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    Dave C May 11, 2010

    Release the lower ball joints, pull the half shafts, drop the transmission.

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Just the transmission.

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