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How to tell if the throwout bearing is out on 1998 dodge dakoda

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SOURCE: 2007 Dodge Ram 2500 Manual Transmission Trouble

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Did you not test it out--- before paying
& driving off?

Maybe the trans has some internal wear,
from the previous owners habits

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I would like to know how i go about changing a throw out bearing in my 2wd 93 dodge dakota


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