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Old 05/14/2011, 06:01 PM   #1
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Default 94 JDM WRX clutch removal

hey fellas
just wonderin if anyone on here has any advice on droppin the tranny for replacin the clutch
started doin it today, removed axles, driveshaft and exhaust today, next is on to the tranny...anyone have some wise yoda words for me

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Old 05/14/2011, 09:33 PM   #2
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hey fellas
just wonderin if anyone on here has any advice on droppin the tranny for replacin the clutch
started doin it today, removed axles, driveshaft and exhaust today, next is on to the tranny...anyone have some wise yoda words for me
Well, if you have removed a tranny from something other then a WRX everything is pretty much the same all the way across. Just have patience and mark everything so when you're putting it back it is easier. Most importantly give yourself time and don't rush through the whole thing or you will forget something. Remember, just because you hear something is easy does not mean it is.......sometimes skipping steps will get you in deeper shit then you think.

If anything I know Yoda (me) would say use the force but in this case DON'T...........using the force will break bolts!! LOL


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Old 05/16/2011, 11:06 AM   #3
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Default Re: 94 JDM WRX clutch removal

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Old 05/19/2011, 03:12 PM   #4
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Default Re: 94 JDM WRX clutch removal

You have a 94 JDM WRX?? Please explain or pics!


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Old 05/19/2011, 04:47 PM   #5
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Default Re: 94 JDM WRX clutch removal

The 2 studs at the bottom of the tranny is a pain in the ass. Other than that it is pretty straight forward. Be sure to replace your throw out bearing and clutch fork while your in there.

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Old 06/01/2011, 07:32 AM   #6
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The 2 studs at the bottom of the tranny is a pain in the ass. Other than that it is pretty straight forward. Be sure to replace your throw out bearing and clutch fork while your in there.
are these like the newer ones where you have to put a screwdriver in through a hole in the bell housing and release the clutch fork? Or am I confusing those with the Evo and Lancers?


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Old 06/03/2011, 03:31 PM   #7
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nope, they are a regular push type clutch. The older models have two lower studs with nuts on the engine that holds on the tranny, the rest are bolts. Those newer ones with the bolt through the fork are a tricky one if you never dealt with them before.

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