Is a gasket needed when changing the Clutch?
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This is a discussion on Is a gasket needed when changing the Clutch? within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I have someone changing my clutch and flywheel this weekend and i got all the necessary parts he needs but ...

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    Registered User Rosie's Avatar
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    Is a gasket needed when changing the Clutch?

    I have someone changing my clutch and flywheel this weekend and i got all the necessary parts he needs but he doesnt know if he has to pull the exhaust back to get to the trans yet. Does or has anyone changed a clutch? Does the exhaust have to come down and do i need a gasket?

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    yes. you are gonna have to remove the downpipe and the midpipe to pull the trans.

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    I just finished my clutch a few days ago. I pulled the whole exhaust in one piece to avoid replacing the gaskets between the DP, midpipe and catback as these are the ones that are usually rusted and crapped out.

    The turbo to dp gasket looked good so I reused it and it does not leak. If it develops one it only takes a few minutes to replace.
    ~Selah

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