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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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To get to the throwout bearing on your dodge dakota you will be needing to first remove the transmission from the vehicle.If you are still ready to do this with me then get back to me...HOPE I COULD HELP!!!

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