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Old 08-05-2015, 06:27 AM   #1
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Anyone ever change the clutch coil while its still on the truck? If so, how hard was it?
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You should get some special tools to do it. I have done them. The fun part is once in a while I get one that won't come a part and I end up putting a compressor on.
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Is it easier to do it from the top or bottom?
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Its easier to just replace the compressor. There isnt enough room to get the clutch puller in there to get it off.
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You can do it from underneath the vehicle. I did just the other week. See my thread here: http://www.f150forum.com/f6/c-compre...oughts-308765/
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So you just used metal shims instead of a puller. Im going to try that. Thanks for the reply.
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