Question about 1997 Subaru Legacy
Well you know a shop is going to love you, they make good money from clutch and tranny jobs. I would guess about $1500. Depends on where you live and where you take the car. I don't think they have a cable anymore, should be hydraulic, and if the throwout bearing is shot, you will replace everything while you are in there. No sense taking it apart and then doing it again in a couple months. It is a fairly easy job, the tranny comes out easier than most people think, Get the flywheel turned, new clutch, make sure it fits the spindle before starting, new pressure plate and throw out bearing. It will be like new. What is it doing anyway? Is it slipping?, Chattering? hard shift? Check it out.
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You will need to turn the cable adjuster so there is only about 1/8 inch of free travel of the cable where it attaches to throw out fork before it starts to move the fork. Once the throw out bearing is achieving its full travel the clutch should release and enable gear selection.
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