REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
See Figures 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7
- Remove the transmission as previously outlined.
- Disconnect the clutch return spring and the clutch rod assembly. Remove the throwout bearing.
- Remove the bellhousing. The starter does not have to be removed. The clutch release arm can stay in the housing.
- Remove the throwout bearing.
- Scribe an X mark on the flywheel opposite the mark on the pressure plate cover. The marks are there for balance purposes.
- Remove the pressure plate attaching bolts, and remove the pressure plate and the clutch assembly.
- When installing the clutch and pressure plate assembly, you will need a clutch alignment tool or an old input shaft. During installation, be very careful not to get grease on the clutch disc, the flywheel or the pressure plate.
- Install the clutch disc and pressure plate assembly, being careful to align the X marks. Loosely install the attaching bolts.
- Align the clutch disc using an alignment tool or an old input shaft. Leave the alignment tool in place while you tighten the attaching bolts.
- Tighten the attaching bolts torque the bolts to 30 ft. lbs. (40 Nm).
- Reinstall the bellhousing.
- Install the throwout bearing (release bearing).
- Install the transmission.
Removal and installation of the dual-disc clutch assembly is the same as that of the single disc clutch. However, during disassembly, be careful to note which way the two driven plates and the front pressure plate are installed, as it is possible to install them backwards.