I am replacing my clutch and I have made it to where I have to remove the clutch cover. It seems to be stuck because I have it unbolted but it won't come off. Is their a release somewhere that I need to remove or something?

Asked by harris2136 Dec 03, 2012 at 08:30 AM about the 2004 Subaru Impreza WRX STI Turbo AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2004 Subaru impress wrx sti 2.5l
Removing the clutch with transmission taken out and not engine

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Is the clutch engauged or do you have it in park or nuetral. If it is in park then try putting it in neutral. As far as i remember i had my ford ranger in neutral when i replaced the clutch

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my mind goes to the clutch release fork and pin but sounds like ur already past that. the only other thing is once u take out the clutch cover bolts there are some pins that keep it lined up so make sure you take it off square. If i remember right it took a little more force than i though it would. . . .ya keep here in nutral

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