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Clutch Job

Discussion in 'E36 M3 (1995-1999)' started by CaptBudMan, May 16, 2009.

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    Just got the sticker shock from BMW do a clutch job
    At 160,000 miles and a singing throwout bearing I figure it's time.
    Have done GM and Toyota clutchs before and the Bentley manual seems fairly straight forward so this just became a DIY job.
    Does anyone know of any resources better than Bentley for job instructions.
    Or any tricks, tips or gotchas?
    Bud Anderson
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    There is no better resource than the Bentley manual. Just make sure you have a long extension for your breaker bar (3 foot 1/2" to 3/8" is helpful and is often called a bellhousing extension), a good quality swivel for that, and the correct E Torx sockets and you should be fine.

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