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Replacing Clutch - What Else?

Hey there! Gettin ready to have a shop replace the clutch on my 06 4 cylinder. What else should I get done at the same time? I'm using an OEM Exedy clutch kit that includes friction-disc, pressure plate and throwout bearing. So far on my list I have the rear main seal, maybe transmission and motor mounts. Maybe the axle seals/axles if bad? Anything else I should do? I am planning on reusing the flywheel if possible.


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You've pretty much hit all the points I'd suggest. Might be worth your while to have them do the transmission oil if it hasn't been done yet.

Make sure they resurface the flywheel at a machine shop- using a used flywheel without a fresh face for your new clutch to bed into is a huge no-no.



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Might be best to buy a new flywheel

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Might be best to buy a new flywheel
Yeah, just talked to shop and they advise replacing the flywheel as well, but they can have it resurfaced. The problem is if I replaced it I would want an OEM dual mass flywheel and I can't find the part number for that. I am only seeing a solid flywheel part number 22100RAA003. If I do find the DMF I know it is going to be costly, probably as much as the labor is going to cost, which is $570. That sounds reasonable right? This is a Honda specialty shop.

Edit: I can't even find an aftermarket DMF.

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Exedy sells a clutch kit with flywheel, it's for an rsx type s I believe.

I would spend a couple extra on a Honda throw out bearing, Exedys tend to make noise.
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Exedy sells a clutch kit with flywheel, it's for an rsx type s I believe.

I would spend a couple extra on a Honda throw out bearing, Exedys tend to make noise.
That won't be a dual-mass though...

I thought Exedy was OEM? I know it is for the friction disc and pressure plate. Is the Nachi here OEM?

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Bernardiparts.com lists the OEM flywheel "22100-RCA-006", for $556.43.

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That won't be a dual-mass though...

I thought Exedy was OEM? I know it is for the friction disc and pressure plate. Is the Nachi here OEM?
HCK-1001 Is an oem replacement clutch kit, so it should be. I have this kit on my car.

Honda uses Japanese bearings for the TOB, Exedy uses China bearings.

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Bernardiparts.com lists the OEM flywheel "22100-RCA-006", for $556.43.
That's for the V6. I need one for the inline 4.

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HCK-1001 Is an oem replacement clutch kit, so it should be. I have this kit on my car.

Honda uses Japanese bearings for the TOB, Exedy uses China bearings.
Thanks I'll order the Nachi.
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The problem is if I replaced it I would want an OEM dual mass flywheel and I can't find the part number for that. I am only seeing a solid flywheel part number 22100RAA003.

Edit: I can't even find an aftermarket DMF.
I was just looking at some Honda parts websites, and I too am only seeing a single mass flywheel for the I4 5MT. Where do you get the idea that these cars should have a DMF?

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That's for the V6. I need one for the inline 4.



Thanks I'll order the Nachi.
Yeah, the exedy bearing in my nissan rattles, same with my buddies miata, which he literally just did. Well worth the extra $35 or so to get the OEM bearing.

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I was just looking at some Honda parts websites, and I too am only seeing a single mass flywheel for the I4 5MT. Where do you get the idea that these cars should have a DMF?
I am under the impression these cars came from the factory with a DMF. The V6 definitely does. Look at parts 5 and 6 on this diagram.

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#5 is a torque converter, and #6 is a flex plate. Those parts are for the automatic transmission. I'm not sure why that website isn't showing their part numbers and description.

Check out this website instead (just a random Honda parts website, not recommending it or anything). It lists the part numbers for #5 - Torque Converter Assembly and #6 - Drive Plate (aka flex plate).

https://www.hondapartsnow.com/parts-...verter-l4.html

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#5 is a torque converter, and #6 is a flex plate. Those parts are for the automatic transmission. I'm not sure why that website isn't showing their part numbers and description.
They use the same image for multiple options, but not all parts are used in all options. In this example, it shows the parts between the transmission and the engine for both manuals and automatics, but only shows part numbers for the parts that are applicable to the model selected. You'll notice in the second linked image, only the automatic parts are labeled.

BTW, the V6 definitely uses a dual mass flywheel. But I haven't taken an I4 apart, so I can't say what they use for certain.

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[QUOTE=Straight Drive;5828705]That's for the V6. I need one for the inline 4.

My mistake! I saw the V6-6 in your signature and thought that was the car being discussed. Forgot your OP said 4-cyl.


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