Also having some one slowly rotating the crankshaft while keeping pressure on the trans can help too. In all honesty the clutches have a fairly long life in those cars if you know how to drive, I've seen several last to 180,000 miles. It was towed to the same repair shop. Keep discussion friendly, civil, courteous, and professional. You can try and take it apart to clean but you will never know for sure if it will bereliable. We also offer a Loan-a-Tool program, trustworthy advice provided by helpful staff and free battery charging and engine diagnostic testing the next time you visit your local store. I do plan on adding some Mods to the car and am doing my research as best I can.
I would replace the throw out bearing because it's a good time to do it. Yeah I could see how it might seem like a waste but sadly I had to replace my clutch before anything. This is a zero tolerance policy. We are also happy to advise on how you can save money at the shop. I have a decent set of jack stands, an engine crane, a fairly comprehensive tool set, a ten day window, a Haynes manual, and a positive attitude! I'm looking forward to it.
I can do brake jobs and oil changes, but apart from that have very little mechanical experience. Subframe isn't light and tend to need to need a little persuasion getting mount brackets, control arms, etc. Any help will be appreciated. If so, how much did you end up spending? The crank sensor uses the flywheel for a reference. Contributing posters are people who regularly post worthwhile advice.
No intentionally bad, harmful, or deceptive advice. Feel free to ask if you have more questions. If you have the tools to safely do it, then have fun! This way we charge them for the part and charge a fraction of the labor. Having your own axles rebuilt is the way I would go if you have a reputable shop that does it. All this suggests that compressor itself was fine. Just plur your Nissan Altima and Year into the Year Make Model selector above and when you search for a Clutch Kit Auto Parts Warehouse will only show you parts that fit your vehicle.
Both are fine for stock applications. May want to check on some Nissan forums for other suggestions. Without the clearance of a hoist your only real option is to pull the gearbox out with the engine, and then split it on the ground an do the clutch that way. Also if it is not a R134a system you may have to have it converted. Body work questions regarding paint, dents, dings or accident related damages or other bodywork related issues should be posted in If you want an estimate you should take the car to a qualified body shop as they would know best what it will cost in your area and how to fix the damages. Thus, the decision would be based on a gut feeling? This information is not guaranteed to be accurate.
What else do I need to get extra to complete this job this Saturday. Because you aren't being charged labor at the dealership, I'd just get it done there even if the part is a little more expensive. You've come to the right place to get affordable quality Clutch Kits for your Nissan Altima. He also confirmed that there are solid conversion kits available through aftermarket. If they need replacing I'll add them to the list, obviously. It took most of the day with two people working on it so id say ask for quotes in other shops.
Just ask them if you can, people would bring us parts in situations like that all the time when I worked for nissan. It took most of the day with two people working on it so id say ask for quotes in other shops. I had to re-shim the starter a few months ago due to it grinding into the flywheel, and took a peek in the bellhousing while the starter was out of the way. Sometimes it's helpful to put the trans in gear before install to keep the input shaft from turning as much while trying to align the input shafts splines to the clutch disc. Use the 'All Posts' button to return to the default view.
Does he have lots of experience driving a manual transmission vehicle and was he taught about riding the clutch? May need a special puller to remove. Luk is actually who makes nissan clutch kits for most of the vehicles, I've compared part numbers, tool marks, stampings many times. We're pretty flexible and we even enjoy a bit of humor now and again. I got a quote just now from a performance shop and they said it takes 13. Want make that much of a weight difference. I've only glazed it a couple times so far.
In reality, if know major hot spotting, surface cracks, etc. I didn't know that back then 2009 but mine went out around 40k miles. Is this a shop you have used in the past and a shop that you have come to trust? I would get it replaced, however. The post will be deleted, this is not a review forum for specific shops. They can't be rebuilt by most people including nissan dealers, and the unit alone costs 2700 dollars for a remanufactured trans, plus labor. Your wallet may disagree though! Just find a reputable mechanic around the area and I'm sure it'll cost much less.
All posts without this information may be subject to being removed. If you go to specclutch. I've been reading a lot of the posts. Starter location and mounting detail-3. That clutch disc still looks like new despite having over 200k miles and 22 years worth of driving on it, mostly puttering around a small town of 3,500. But i would just get it done now if I were you.