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No simple way you need to remove the gearbox ,which includes the front suspension as well to get the drive shafts out .big job and not a quick fix

Posted on Mar 22, 2011

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The clutch release bearing I think is going out in my 96 Dakota can I just change it and what does changing it intail


removal of the gearbox required
you can replace just the bearing
but because it is a lot of work
it is better to fit the complete clutch kit

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Squealing noise when releasing clutch


You might have to change your release bearing. When you change this, you have to change the pressure plate, Clutch disk, the pilot bearing as well to assure you of a longer time without problems.

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It's time to change the clutch with entire kit. Release bearing, pilot bearing, clutch plate, pressure plate and get flywheel turned. If that bearing flies apart inside your transmission it will leave you stranded and your release fork will be destroyed possibly causing more damage to the transmission housing. It is hydraulic and if the master cylinder is working properly you're not likely to notice any play in the pedal due to release bearing.

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Install clutch fork


No easy way-no shortcuts. The transaxle has to be removed. The fork is attached to the clutch release bearing which is on the transmission's input shaft. The fork is removed out the inside of the bellhousing, after detaching the release bearing (the throw-out bearing). Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.

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Whinning noise from engine when changing gear went to pull off in 1st gear car stalled and now cannot engae gears is this just the clutch cable or something else


Hi, I think the noise you were getting while changing gear is most likely to be the clutch release
bearing ( as you press the clutch down the release bearing contacts the clutch pressure plate
fingers ).
The whinning noise is the bearing seizing up,
Unfortunately it looks like yours has damaged the fingers of the pressure plate so the clutch is not disengaging to allow you to select a gear.
A clutch kit will need to be fitted this contains clutch plate, pressure plate, release beaing
I hope this dos`nt turn out to be to expensive for you
John ( South Wales UK )

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I changed my clutch and releasing bearing but the noise is still there. When ever i release the clutch the noise starts like the release bearing problem and when i take off in first and second gear there...


a release bearing will make noise when you push on the clutch, the input shaft bearing will make noise when you release the clutch, the transmission will have to be removed and torn down to replace the bearing.

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Clutch slip problem when gears are changed after 4000 rpm


you have 20k miles after the clutch has been changed, now are you used to drving clutch, secondly is it hydraulic or cable controled clutc?

if you are used to drving clutch sys probable cause is defective pressure plate or the throwout bearing is not fully releasing in other words the clutch is partialy applied all the time because of the re;ease bearing not fully releasing!!

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