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I need instructions on replacing the clutch in a '94 Chevy Blazer 4x4, 350 engine. Specifically the pilot bearing, throwout bearing.

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The poilt bearing just goes into flywheel center, you can remove the flywheel and tap it out from the rear. then install flywheel and tap new one in, remove the trany driveshaft, disconnect the battery terminal, drain oil from transfer case and trany, next remove the starter and the flywheel cover, next remove the shifter cable off trany and disconnect linkage and connectors to trany and transfer case. next remove the bolts holding transfer case to trany, also before that remove the brackek holding transfer case and also trany, you will need to support the trany, then remove transfer case bolts and slide case out, remove the inside shifter cover and remove the shifter from the top of the trany, next remove all bolts holding trany and slide back and out, with trany out remove all clutch bolts and remove old clutch. replace poilt bearing then useing the alignment tool install the new clutch and make sure tool is stariaght and tighten bolts to clutch, next remove the old throwout bearing from the clutch fork, clean fork and the housing on trany that it slides on, install bearing make sure to aplly a very small amount of lube to the housing that bearing slides on install bearing, next reserve instrucations to put back together. hope this helps.

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The pilot bearing is pressed into the flywheel and you need a pilot bearing/bushing puller. Some A/P stores will rent it to you for free (deposit). the throwout bearing is held onto the clutch fork normally by clips. Sometimes you have to take the "fork" out to get the bearing off.

Make sure to note how "deep' the pilot bearing/bushing is so that when you install the new one it is set at the right depth.

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