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Old 05-25-2013, 07:10 PM   #1
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Clutch replacement.

So I have a feeling my clutch has gone out in me completely or close to it anyway. Anyone here know what it would cost me at a shop to have it replaced? I would do it myself but I don't have anywhere to do it or mechanical tools.
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So I have a feeling my clutch has gone out in me completely or close to it anyway. Anyone here know what it would cost me at a shop to have it replaced? I would do it myself but I don't have anywhere to do it or mechanical tools.
Probably 2 hours labor
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Well it depends on what kind of clutch you want to go in. Why do you 'think' it's going out? I'd say more than 2 hours of labor but I guess it depends on A) if its a ford/mustang mechanic and B)your relationship to the guy

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It's pretty easy as far as the grand scheme of things all you need is a jack, 2 jack stands, a socket set and a buddy to help put it all back in
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So I have a feeling my clutch has gone out in me completely or close to it anyway. Anyone here know what it would cost me at a shop to have it replaced? I would do it myself but I don't have anywhere to do it or mechanical tools.
What's the symptoms ?

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Be sure to get your flywheel replaced or resurfaced , replace your throw out bearing with a ford one , and replace your pilot bearing , replace your tranny fluid too

Do it right the first time dude
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I was driving and I drive through a puddle and afterwards my clutch wouldn't engage very well and was slipping. After it dried out now it seems fine for some reason but my gear shift has a lot more play in neutral. But my digital odometer is also not working now.
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well that sounds like something else. If the clutch is grabbing then its not your flywheel, pressure plate, clutch or throwout bearing. Check the electrical connections on your tranny, put some dielectric grease on them to help get rid of any water. Then check your tranny fluid. It probably should be pink, unless its a non World Class t 5. What year is it?
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well that sounds like something else. If the clutch is grabbing then its not your flywheel, pressure plate, clutch or throwout bearing. Check the electrical connections on your tranny, put some dielectric grease on them to help get rid of any water. Then check your tranny fluid. It probably should be pink, unless its a non World Class t 5. What year is it?
It's a 1999. Thanks for all the info guys. It's appreciated.
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