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Slipping clutch

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10-13-04, 01:08 AM   #1  
Slipping clutch

Alright it's time to get the clutch replaced and i am considering doing this myself.

Do you guys know where i could find any information on doing this, i searched online with no luck.

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10-13-04, 04:47 AM   #2  
Your best bet would be a shop manual which may be hard to find for a 9 year old car. Next best, a subscription on Alldata.com, $24.95 first year. Alldata is the info source that a large number of garages use (they have it on cdrom, so if you know anyone with access you might try talking them into printing out the procedure for you; if you'll have the vehicle for a while get the subscription. It'll be worth it in the long run.)

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10-14-04, 08:33 PM   #3  
Try your public library. Many of them subscribe to Mtichels on Demand, All Data etc. Then it is free except if you have to pay for the copy machine.

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