26:40 draining transmission
28:10 Loosen fill plug
29:10 get ball joints and axles out
31:30 ball joint time
5:30 supporting the engine
6:30 Crimped off rubber line that goes to slave cylinder:
8:20 Before using engine brace, disconnect 3 fasteners on the top of transmission
9:10 mount holding this side up:
Another engine mount over there:
The engine mount underneath was already taken out. Less mounts are being used to holding engine in. He will use an old seat belt to hold it in place. Threading underneath cylinder, but avoid the gasket because its plastic. Using a flo jack under the engine is dangerous, don’t do it.
12:02 the red brace to hold the engine:
Do not do this to get axle out. Used a flathead screwdriver and hammer to tap the end out. He left the axle in because it was stuck. But after dropping engine a little bit, he noticed the axle was in the way and became a bigger problem than just an inconvenience:
15:55 disconnect electric speed sensor:
16:25 Connectors can be a problem sometimes.Take hose pliers and pinch connectors:
18:05 Using block of wood on end of jack to hold transmission
It would be ideal to have a transmission jack
20:05 Here is the reason why the job is needed
20:52 Starting at the top
21:15 Do you need the machine to fly wheel? It isn’t necessary. The clutch can work fine still. Just clean it up.
22:00 Here is the clutch disk
clutch alignment tool?
24:30 Throw out bearing
old and new throw out bearings are different:
Difference between old and new clutches. You see how worn out the old one is: