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Old 05-18-2007, 06:29 PM   #1
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throw out bearing help

hey fellas. my 91 6cyl 5spd makes a wierd i guess you'd call it a vibrating noise sometimes. i'm pretty sure its the throw out bearing. how hard is this to change? soughly how much will it cost for parts? will i need to bleed the clutch afterwards?

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If your going in their i would put a whole new clutch in and save your self the pain later....

I plan on taking on the task of my TO bearing within the next few weekends... while also putting a stage II clutch in and new flywheel

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Old 05-19-2007, 03:38 PM   #3
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Odd is correct the hardest and most expensive part of the job is dropping everything to do the install. The throw out bearing is located inside the bell housing so you have to drop the tranny. Once it is down replace everything you do not want to get it back together to find out the clutch is worn out or the preasure plate is gone south. HTH
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clutch is fairly new. i was told by the stealership that i cant buy just the throw out bearing. that its is permanently mounted to the clutch slave cylinder and i have to buy the slave/bearing combo... is this true?
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