That would be an extreamly large post thare is a lot to do. decied to do the job myself took 6hrs to pull the trans. Mainly because I didn't know how to. The basics are pull both axles drop the subframe disconect the electical connectors and unbolt the transmition. I have mine lying on the floor of my heated garage. Man I love haveing a heated garage. :nana:I am paying 500 to have a Clutchmasters stage 2 clutch installed. That doesn't include re-surfacing the flywheel. I am still deciding if I want to replace it with a ligher one.[/b]
Your dealer looks competitive, but it's always a good idea to shop around between shops that you trust. As mentioned above, I paid $1,200 for a clutch job in my old Altima that included a 2 year 24K mile warranty on parts and labor.
BTW, how many miles did you get out of your clutch?[/b]
Why do you need to replace your clutch if your car is only 3 years old? Do you race it alot? Or are you just upgrading?Just found a better price for the labor... $729 including install and resurfacing of flywheel. add $380 for cluchmaster stage 1 from RPm...... final cost is $1109 so.. that's $29 more than the dealer but i get a clutchmaster rather than a stock....
how does that sound? a few other places i checked were way more than that for a stock replacement....[/b]
No not to replace the flywheel trying to resurface the flywheel. 120 for daikin clutch.[/b]