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Old 03-25-2010, 12:07 PM
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Hello all, new guy here.
I have a 96' Neon that needs a new clutch. My question is I took out the clutch/pressure plate off the flywheel. Do I have to replace the whole thing (looks like all of the assembly is riveted together), or is there some after market kit I could get cheaper? (pressure plate and flywheel side riveted)
Engine is a 2.0...Thanks!
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Old 03-25-2010, 05:34 PM
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nope man if the clutch is a clutch pack i think they call it modular style or something then you have to replace all of it for $250 bucks. lame! and what i found out the hard way - is that instead of bolting the clutch to the flywheel then putting the transmission into place you have to put the clutch in the transmission and bolt it to the flywheel with the trans in place. i found that out the hard way... i dunno where your at in your project or if you know all of that but it might help you.

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