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Any additional labor to change out clutch in C4 vs C2

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Well i unfortunately think i have hit the point of needing to change out the clutch in my C4. Question is with it being AWD does it require more work to get the trans dropped out (disconnect the front diff) and if so what kind of time can i expect to have to pay for. From what i gather an experienced tech can do it in most rwd cars in around the 4-6 hour range. Is this the same for the C4?

Another thing is since im going to bring them the parts what do you guys suggest as far as a parts list? Are there any tsb's from porsche that i should address while the trans is out? Thanks for your help in advance....

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C2 and C4 transmission removal shows the same in the Porsche Labor Book - 3.7 hours.

While they are there they should check the RMS and IMS for leaks.

On a MY99 they should check that you have the later version release lever and replace if needed.

They should do the factory torque test on the DMF - but it should be okay if it was not damaged or abused.

Unless you track the car heavily I recommend sticking with the Porsche standard disc and pressure plate.

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