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Clutch installation I have a 1997 nissan pathfinder 4x4 6cyl. do i remove the transfer case before removing the transmission? I am a home wrenching person, first time. thanks dan

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Hi,yes it will be easier for you to remove the transfer case first.The weight is off center when you remove both at one time.You will have a hard time trying to realine the input shaft and clutch components when you reinstall,if you dont seperate the two.Dont forget to rate this answer.Thanks. Good Luck!!!

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