Jeep Cherokee
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Clutch » Removal and installation
Clutch housing

The clutch housing is removable and can be replaced when the transmission is out of the vehicle.

The bolts attaching the housing to the transmission case are located inside the housing (Fig. 14).

Recommended tightening torque for the clutch housing- to-transmission bolts is 46 N·m (34 ft. lbs.).

NOTE: Be sure the transmission and housing mating surfaces are clean before installing an original, or replacement clutch housing. Dirt/foreign material trapped between the housing and transmission will cause misalignment. If misalignment is severe enough, the result will be clutch drag, incomplete release and hard shifting.

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