Join Date: Mar 2011
location: Phoenix, AZ
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It is a lot of work, but nothing that can't be handled in a garage with basic tools. I replaced the clutch in my V6 6-speed last year and I did everything all by myself except for lifting the tranny and re-mating it with the engine. A second person for another set of hands/eyes was invaluable for this somewhat tedious/tricky step. Other than that it is just a matter of following the steps in the Factory Service Manual. And if you are seriously considering doing this yourself, getting the manual is a MUST. Even at the ~$75 or so for the FSM and V6 supplement, you'll still save a TON of money versus paying a shop to do this for you, and you'll learn a lot along the way. Good luck!
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