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Disconnect shifter cable/linkage. Disconnect battery, Support engine with engine support bars, Remove starter. Drop lower conrol arm, Remove sub-frame, Remove drive axles, Remove transmission, clutch assembly, remove and either replace or machine flywheel. Install Flywheel/ringgear, install new pilot bearing, align clutch assembly and tighten to flywheel, replace throw-out bearing in transmission, install transmission reconnect shifter, install stater, connect battery. Basic clutch proceedure, this may vary with different vehicles. Recommend a haynes manual for detailed instructions