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Old 07-07-2012, 08:11 PM   #1
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I have a 96 mustang gt 4.6 v8 and I'm going to replace the clutch because it went out on the person I bought it from but I don't have tones of money and I called auto zone oriley and advanced none carry it for my car they say dealer part but I was wandering if any one new around how much one cost and if I can buy it online and were to try and save money????
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Old 07-07-2012, 08:15 PM   #2
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Because it uses a cable
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Yeah you just need the clutch, pilot bearing, throw out bearing, and hopefully no flywheel
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Yeah you just need the clutch, pilot bearing, throw out bearing, and hopefully no flywheel
The flywheel is fine I know. That so ur saying I don't need to replace the slave cylinder? ?
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they are saying there isnt one. idk for sure but these guys do. but a slave cylinder is for a hydraulic clutch and yours is cable.
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The flywheel is fine I know. That so ur saying I don't need to replace the slave cylinder? ?
You don't have a slave cylinder, those are for hydraulic setups. Your mustang have a clutch cable setup, which is what deadsp0t was referring to.
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they are saying there isnt one. idk for sure but these guys do. but a slave cylinder is for a hydraulic clutch and yours is cable.
^this exactly!
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And the trans is a t5
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they are saying there isnt one. idk for sure but these guys do. but a slave cylinder is for a hydraulic clutch and yours is cable.
What he said^
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^this exactly!
Thank u so much u just saved me alot of serching
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Thank u so much u just saved me alot of serching
No problem. One thing to check out is your clutch quadrant, those have been known to go bad. How any miles are on your car?
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Says 119k but the sensor went bad on the trans from there person I bought it from that registers speed and I have not even started looking for that I I'm sure the millage is closer to 200k and I do know the trans went from t5 to a Trimic tko back to a t5 with the guy that had it before my friend and he was the second owner and I'm the 4 th owner of the car I know for sure so my friend was the 3 rd owner and I'm the 4 th yep I m positive on that
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Says 119k but the sensor went bad on the trans from there person I bought it from that registers speed and I have not even started looking for that I I'm sure the millage is closer to 200k and I do know the trans went from t5 to a Trimic tko back to a t5 with the guy that had it before my friend and he was the second owner and I'm the 4 th owner of the car I know for sure so my friend was the 3 rd owner and I'm the 4 th yep I m positive on that
You lost me 3 owners ago. Lol
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Lol one of the prior owners swapped the trans to a trimic tko then put a t5 back and never replaced the speed sensor so it won't register miles or speed it says 119000 on the dash but its probably more like 200000 and what is a clutch quadrant?
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Lol one of the prior owners swapped the trans to a trimic tko then put a t5 back and never replaced the speed sensor so it won't register miles or speed it says 119000 on the dash but its probably more like 200000 and what is a clutch quadrant?
The clutch quadrant is the self adjuster on our cars, basically as our clutches wear out the quadrant adjusts itself to keep the area that it catches the same. If you look under the clutch pedal st where it hooks up, there should be what looks like a white half circle where your clutch attaches to the firewall. Those have a tendency to go out especially if you put a stiff aftermarket clutch in
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Ill check that do I just need yo replace the white thing or what

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And I'm just putting in a n OEM clutch

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From auto zone my friend bought it before I bought the car I will eventually put a stage 2 in it when my money is looking better
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Ill check that do I just need yo replace the white thing or what

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And I'm just putting in a n OEM clutch
I honestly don't know, I have never replaced one before. A lot of people just go with an firewall adjuster kit that eliminates the quadrant.
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Its it a clutch peddle bushing??? That's all I found on auto zones android app
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Ill check that do I just need yo replace the white thing or what

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And I'm just putting in a n OEM clutch

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From auto zone my friend bought it before I bought the car I will eventually put a stage 2 in it when my money is looking better
Ok that's a good ideas
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96 has a T45 btw..
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I was told it was a t5 Idk yet ill find out for sure soon lol
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I was told it was a t5 Idk yet ill find out for sure soon lol
I guess it's possible.. If I had to wager sight unseen, my money would be on T45
Be sure to update! I'm curious now lol
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I guess it's possible.. If I had to wager sight unseen, my money would be on T45
Be sure to update! I'm curious now lol
Will do man
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Yeah you just need the clutch, pilot bearing, throw out bearing, and hopefully no flywheel
Pulls the fly wheel and get it turned on a lathe.

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they are saying there isnt one. idk for sure but these guys do. but a slave cylinder is for a hydraulic clutch and yours is cable.
There is no slave cylinder.

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Pulls the fly wheel and get it turned on a lathe.

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There is no slave cylinder.
Never mind, that was mentioned already.

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Do you have an engine oil leak at the tranny/engine area? With the mileage you have, it's not a bad idea to replace the rear crankshaft seal too. Remember there's the actual seal and a spacer, you can reuse the spacer/seal if you get it out clean.
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There's a place outside Louisville ky called Kentucky clutch. They give damn good deals on clutches. Look them up. Might be able to get a performance clutch cheap. Just a little FYI for everyone
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96 has a T45 btw..
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After you grease up the fork, if it falls back on it's own, replace it. If you don't have the dough, no bother, the retainer will keep it up there, but all metal retainers, copper looking do-hickies, must be on the thing. I love this. I drop my tranny just for fun.
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Yeah its best to change what might go out even if money is tight cuz you don't want her giving out on you and costing you more money later.
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Re: Slave cylinder

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96 has a T45 btw..
yea stock mine has been changed to a t5 though and now i got more problems with the transmission after i put the clutch in a week ago and drove it for a week now the car is stuck in reverse and will not go back in neutral it only goes in reverse and another high gear my friend tried to force it out of reverse when i went to the bathroom now when its in reverse it looks like it is in 5th what do i do
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