Question about 2003 Hyundai Santa Fe
Remove the drive shaft 1st, and the transfer case if it is a 4X4, then with the transmission supported remove the cross member and mount, disconnect any wiring and all linkage on trans, the shift linkage may have to be removed from top side in truck, but it has to come out. Make sure everything top and bottom is removed then remove that bolts that attach trans to back of engine, carefully pull trans back, and lower down on a floor jack, then unbolt clutch cover and remove the disc and cover, remove the engine flywheel and take it to a machine shop to have it resurfed, if you don't do this the new clutch will ****/shudder on release. Make sure you support the truck with good jack stands at all four corners, you will need to get it as high up in the air as possiable, at least 3 feet. reverse above to reinstall. Good luck and be careful!
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
Hi i guess you have solved the mistery by now you have to remove the clutch arm nut and arm ( it has a master spline so you cant get it wrong) on the cross shaft as this has a PULL type of clutch and the arm has to undo as you pull the gear box out it will NOT come out unless you do to replace do the reverse operation regards ray w QLD OZ
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