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How do we remove and replace a clutch on a 1988 Camaro 6 cyl?

How do we remove and replace a clutch on a 1988 camaro

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First congratulations on buying a camaro. If you have the clutch replaced, cost is in the $500. range. Can you do it yourself depends on several factors. The transmission weighs around 75 pounds. Do yo have a hoist or going to do it on the ground? Are you mechanically inclined enogh to tackle the job? It is an easy straight forward job if you know what you are doing or can have someone help.
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