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How do i cange a clucth on a 1.5 honda non v tec

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    1. i have 95 honda civic the clutch is to loose or to easy to push in can anyone help

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Basic socket and wrench set, metric of course. Screw drivers, pliers, etc. You'll need a 32mm socket to remove the large bolt at the end of the cv axle with a breaker bar. This bolt is usually pretty tight. I use an engine hoist and chain to top of trans. and lower it down. It saves your back. You'll have to remove both axles. Be sure you have a 6 in and 3 in 3/8 adapters for your sockets. This will make life easier too.

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