Pilot bushing
1990 Dodge Dakota

Pilot Bushing

(1990 Dodge Dakota)
I bought a clutch kit and it had the pilot bushing in it but their was no old pilot bushing in the truck. Do I need to install the new pilot bushing that came with the kit or is the kit made to fit different models and the pilot bushing is not needed for this truck? The bushing would fit and I thought I should put it in but just wanting to make sure first.
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on April 04, 2010
a lot of clutch kits contain peices that may not be needed. check a manual to see if your unit needs one. most do require it. it sounds odd not to have one in there.

Roy
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on April 04, 2010
a lot of clutch kits contain peices that may not be needed. check a manual to see if your unit needs one. most do require it. it sounds odd not to have one in there.

Roy
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