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Old 20 Aug 2009, 09:31 pm
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Default 96 Prelude throwout bearing.?

Hello, i have a 96 prelude and a few months ago my clutch went out. So i had to buy a new one. Now, my car is making a squealingish sound when i fully let out on the clutch.. someone told me it was the throwout bearing.. apparently the person that changed my clutch, didnt change that. so my question is, how hard is it to change the throwout bearing?
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Old 20 Aug 2009, 09:46 pm
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always remember when doing the whole clutch in manual transmissiong

you need a new

clutch disk

pressure plate

flywheel or resurface old one

throwout bearing

pilot bearing

also check the fork

that squealing sound you hear during letting off the clutch is a throwout bearing to replace that you would have to remove the transmission off from the engine block again but you dont have to remove the clutch assembly

the fork holds the throwout bearing

once that throwout bearing is taking out see if it was a new one they installed or the old one

the bearings should always be greased before assembling it

good luck
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