What size is the clutch?
My clutch recently went out on my 1994 v6 Chevy Camaro due to repeatedly getting stuck in snow. To purchase a new one I need to find out if it is 11 or 9 inches in diameter. I am not a mechanic so I don't even know where the clutch is outside of the car. If anyone can tell me where it is and how to measure it that would be great. Or if you know where to look it up is even better.
being a v6 its probably the smaller 9in clutch. The clutch disc is in between the motor and transmission. You cant simply measure it without takeing it apart and removing it. Just so you know the trans has to come off to change it.
After dealing with Camaro clutches enough I say if its a daily driver spend the money and get an OEM clutch from the dealer or online parts store. OEM stuff works great and wont wear out prematurely like a lot of cheap aftermarket replacements. I forget if a 94 is a hydraulic system but always replace the throwout bearing and pilot bushing/bearing too.
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