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My throw out bearing is bad so i figured i would just replace the clutch since i just bought the car from a used dealer and have no idea what the guy before me did to it. Anyway i was going to do this before i moved to N.C. cuz i had access to a shop, but didnt get to it. Now that i've moved i was wondering if there is anyway i can do it on my own since im a student and have no money, plus i like doing all my own work. I know that having a trans jack is best but I have a floor jack and jack stands for a start. let me know what to do or what to get thanks!
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awesome thats what i was hoping to hear. i live in clayton just south of garner and raleigh if your not familiar. also my drive shaft is rubbing against what looks like the e-brake cable not sure if there is a way to get that out of the way or why its hitting in the first place. its hitting about 1'6'' from the rear end of the shaft.
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