Rear Main Seal replacement and maybe clutch
I'm going to be replacing the rear main seal over the Christmas break.
I'm just wondering if there are any tips and techniques that anyone would care to share to make the bear of a job a bit easier. I don't have a lift or trans jack. Just a jack, jack stands and a plethora of air tools.
Also, My car has 76K on it and I'm pretty the throwout bearing is making some noise when it sits at idle. I'm debating on if I want to replace just the slave/throw out bearing or go ahead and replace the clutch as well. It appears that most clutch kits come with the slave/throwout asy.