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Old 09-14-2009, 04:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Im having trouble taking off my d16y8 clutch. i got my tranny off and now i need the clutch off to put on my d15b motor. Help?

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Old 09-14-2009, 04:35 PM   #2 (permalink)
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12 point 10mm i believe around the pressure plate. remove pressure plate and clutch disc. then to reinstall on the other motor use an alignment tool to hold the disk in place. reinstall pressure plate and torque to spec.
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how do i stop the pulley from spinning? when i turn the bolt it spins the whole thing
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ive tapped the wrench with a small hammer b4 to get them off....
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get a friend to hold the motor with a breaker bar on the crank pulley bolt.

if no one is available just rest the breaker bar on the ground or against the crossmember or something
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yeah find a way to hold that crank pulley bolt and pull the pressure plate bolts off and SHAZAAM!

make sure to use some loctite on those pressure plate bolts when putting the new clutch on... just a little bit of insurance
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Put one of the tranny bolts back in and use a pry bar to hold the flywheel in place. You can have an assistant hold it or rig up a setup like I did in this pic.


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Put one of the tranny bolts back in and use a pry bar to hold the flywheel in place. You can have an assistant hold it or rig up a setup like I did in this pic.


great idea never thought of that...but i use air tools so no need i guess
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Put one of the tranny bolts back in and use a pry bar to hold the flywheel in place. You can have an assistant hold it or rig up a setup like I did in this pic.


i wouldn't do that,plus whya re u using oem jack stand?
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or cut a lil piece of flat bar and drill a hole in it so you can put it between the bolt hole and the flywheel.
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Im having trouble taking off my d16y8 clutch. i got my tranny off and now i need the clutch off to put on my d15b motor. Help?

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These guys are willing to help you but word of the wise dont post a clutch question in ENGINE MANAGEMENT!!!! and DONT POST YOU PHONE NUMBER thats how bad things happen. lol


some one relocate this to Transmission Alley.

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Put one of the tranny bolts back in and use a pry bar to hold the flywheel in place. You can have an assistant hold it or rig up a setup like I did in this pic.


Not sure how safe the oem jack is with the cinderblock, but hey- you're still alive!
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Not sure how safe the oem jack is with the cinderblock, but hey- you're still alive!
the oem jack is designed for lifting the corner of the car for short periods, so holding part of the engine it should be fine, probly only about 100 to 150lbs at most on it... i have done this before, but when i had spare $$$ i bought a second cheap hydraulic jack for this... sometimes you have to make do with what you have...

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