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How do I change out the clutch in my 1995 Jeep Wranger 4x4?

How do you change out the clutch in a 1995 Jeep Wrangler? The clutch is making horrible squeeling noises, took it to Firestone and that is what they diagnosed it as. They wanted $900. 'Nuff said. What tools do I need, I got a kit, now I just need some help in how to do it.

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Support the engine, drop the drive lines, pull trans and tranfer case, un bolt clutch, have fly wheel turned and put back together

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