How to Replace a Clutch in your Car or Truck (Full DIY Guide)

Learn how to replace a clutch, flywheel, pressure plate, throw out bearing (aka release bearing), pilot bearing and rear main seal in this video!

My clutch was fine but my throwout bearing was bad so I decided to show how to replace all of the wear items while the transmission was off. This includes replacing the pilot bearing which the transmission input shaft goes into, the throwout bearing which engages the pressure plate via the clutch fork, the flywheel which I upgraded to an aluminum light weight flywheel, and finally the rear main seal because that is a common wear item which causes oil leaks in higher mileage motors. With the transmission out, it is worth it to replace all of these parts now instead of having to do this all over again. Most clutch kits come with the throwout bearing and pilot bearing so you just need to buy a rear main seal.

How to Replace a Transmission (Full DIY Guide): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=al08aGQTkFk

Thanks Advance Auto Parts for supporting the video.

Flywheel I used: http://bit.ly/aap_flywheel
Clutch kit I used: http://bit.ly/aap_clutch
Rear Main Seal: http://bit.ly/aap_rear_main_seals

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50 thoughts on “How to Replace a Clutch in your Car or Truck (Full DIY Guide)

  1. The last time I had to replace my clutch cable, I added one extra step, I jumpered the very annoying clutch /starter safety switch. None of the older cars had them.

  2. Just a quick tip – if your going to use the "bread and grease" trick to remove the bearing – I've had more luck using an old shop rag rather than bread – seems to seal better

  3. So many hungry kids in this world , and we're using Greece and bread on the flywheel .
    Think of all the children

  4. Hi Chris love the video , am having vibrations problem ( even when standing still when you raise the rpm past 2500 ) in my classic Dodge Charger ( originally auto ) what are the main reasons that can cause this, and if no pilot bushing was installed could that do the vibration . thanks for the help , love the videos !!

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  6. Wouldn't the bread eventually act as a dry debris and increase heat if the transmission isnt serviced properly afterwards?

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