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Clutch Replacement GT 3.2 v6

Does anyone know what the workshop manual procedure is for replacing the clutch on a GT 3.2 v6? We had ours replaced under warranty. I could do with knowing what is removed e.g which parts of the exhaust: manifold(s) / down pipe / centre section.

We're asking because since then we have had a rattle above 4.5 / 5k revs. The dealer replaced an exhaust clamp / bracket and we paid because this was not under warranty. The rattle is still there and I hope they didnt drop the CAT if they had to take it off. If they did would I be expected to pay for it? (If I could prove it).
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Re: Clutch Replacement GT 3.2 v6

no mate, dropping the cat wouldnt have caused the problem.

all the v6 clutch changes are nightmares. lots to remove, subframe, downpipes, rear exhaust manifold, start motor etc

something prob needs abit of adjustment, and it sounds liek that exhaust clamp they replaced isnt quite seating right.

a local Kwik **** centre should be able to take a quick glance at it, and you can watch em do it. just to see if the clamp is loose etc.
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Kwik **** centre
Nice! Not heard that one before

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