A lot of people ask us via Facebook, our website, Instagram or phone calls about the cars that we work on. We're car people and we love showing off what we do, from the simple oil change to the larger jobs. We're going to start featuring some of the work we do in our regular posts to go a little deeper into what some of our current projects are.
In today's post its a few pics of what a clutch job looks like. On this 911 its dropping the engine and the transaxle to be able to do the replacement. It sounds daunting, but with the right tools and skills its an example of that Spirit of Ingenuity that we talk about. Dropping the engine involves disconnecting everything from axles to coolant lines, turbo charger intakes, under body panels and the rear bumper. After that whole assembly is on the stand and gets split from the transaxle the clutch can be inspected as well as the surfaces of the flywheel. After the clutch work is done its the same process in reverse to get the car back on the road.