Clutch Replacement, 98 Contour SVT

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  1. aan310

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    yea, i wasn't aware how diff the FWD to RWD was for changing the clutch, because on my sisters ex's car it was easy/relatively quick to change
     
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    I dont think its really easy to seperate the engine
     
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    lol, idk... i know he did it him self, and i asked how hard it was and he said it was easy xD
     
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    the cars actually worth about $4000, and it is rare, so it might be worth it to fix it, depends on whether I get this job this week.
     
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    If its in good condition and still has many miles left in it i would say go for it. If its just your old junker that finally died on you then post it on craigslist and some kid will pick it up who wants to fix it.
     
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    lol, like you and your civic? :p :p :p :D :D :D :p :p :p :D :D :D :cool: :cool: :cool:


    (sorry, i had to :p)
     
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    its got 160'000 km's which is pretty low for such an old car. and not one speck of rust. like i said depends on whether i get a job or not.
     
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