Clutch, Flywheel, Rear Main Seal, & Throw Out Bearing Replacement Ford Mustang 2005-2009

  • Published on Dec 19, 2014
  • In this video we show how to replace a clutch, flywheel, pilot bearing, rear main seal & throw out bearing. The vehicle we use in this video to show you is a 2005-2014 Ford Mustang.

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Comments • 289

  • Suresh Tanti
    Suresh Tanti 6 days ago

    Massey 245 colours plate setting

  • Jay Tea
    Jay Tea Month ago

    Please never use a solid hammer to remove driveshaft! Use Soft hammer, mallet or plastic, if you hit your driveshaft, you’ll need a new one

  • Reaper 3000
    Reaper 3000 Month ago

    People please dont forget to use the appropriate size Socket

  • Edgar Salazar
    Edgar Salazar 2 months ago

    Is it really necessary to remove the rear main seal assembly in order to replace it? Can’t I just remove the seal and put a new one in.

  • Obodo Isaac
    Obodo Isaac 2 months ago +1

    Thanks for your vds i would love to be one of them

  • 3v Shhnefty
    3v Shhnefty 3 months ago

    What is the correct torque for the flywheel does anyone know?? N for the clutch.

  • Ismail Hossain
    Ismail Hossain 4 months ago

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  • Antony Morar
    Antony Morar 4 months ago

    Looks like he's wearing a condom 😂😂😂

    • 2CarPros
      2CarPros  4 months ago

      Always important to wear protection ;) Thanks for watching!

  • Metrax Star
    Metrax Star 5 months ago

    37:24 did you meant brake fluid level

  • Sapper31
    Sapper31 5 months ago

    Thats a nice, rust free uncarriage.

    WHY CANT MINE LOOK LIKE THAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • 2CarPros
      2CarPros  5 months ago

      Haha well we do live in a desert. That has a lot to do with it. Thanks for watching!

  • Andrew Reed
    Andrew Reed 5 months ago

    "using the appropriate sized socket..."

  • Gary Lankford
    Gary Lankford 7 months ago

    Thank you for being so thorough,not many people are and you were very helpful.i have done plenty of rangers but not a mustang like this one.never know. If things have change a little ,one thing I I have found out u r never to old to learn. Thank you so much for the video. I have enjoyed the video and will look u up next time. Thank again.

  • Md Badal Miah
    Md Badal Miah 7 months ago

    Thank you sir

  • nihonkokusai
    nihonkokusai 9 months ago

    Background music?

  • Flikt
    Flikt 9 months ago

    Major PITA

    • Dano Vido
      Dano Vido 8 months ago

      Flikt Kind of but to me its just a bunch of bolts...take it one step at a time...especially if you can lift the car off the ground a good 3 feet or more and have a trans jack.

  • Youssef Ouaza
    Youssef Ouaza 9 months ago


  • Shahid Rind
    Shahid Rind 9 months ago +1


  • coyote Kelly
    coyote Kelly 10 months ago

    I go from under the hood and behind the engine to get to the top two bolts.

  • Paweł Bogusz
    Paweł Bogusz 10 months ago +1

    Where can I find the torque of tightening the screws to this operation?

  • Vine Wood
    Vine Wood 10 months ago

    Soooo you basically need to have a fullsized garage at your house to do this job... Looks easy enough though if you have all the right stuff...

    • 2CarPros
      2CarPros  10 months ago

      I mean you need a flat place to do it on solid ground. Thanks for watching!

  • RailRider32
    RailRider32 10 months ago +1

    This video is an absolute masterpiece! Thank you thank you thank you for this upload!!!

  • DrewChains
    DrewChains 11 months ago

    Do you have to break the clip on the throwout bearing?

  • salvador quintana
    salvador quintana 11 months ago

    What is the grit of the sandpaper used on the end of the crankshaft?

  • Kashif Raja
    Kashif Raja 11 months ago


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    Kashif Raja 11 months ago


  • billy smith
    billy smith 11 months ago

    i would rather not own a ford. that way i dont have to replace the clutch

  • Mr Smith
    Mr Smith 11 months ago

    Ain't easy job.

    • 2CarPros
      2CarPros  11 months ago

      All nuts and bolts as my Dad always says. Just go slow and take your time and it will be over before you know it. Thank you for watching!

  • Kashif Raja
    Kashif Raja 11 months ago +1


  • Mind Body Soul
    Mind Body Soul 11 months ago

    Using the appropriate size socket...……...

  • Gabriel Kurtz
    Gabriel Kurtz 11 months ago

    The biggest mistake is a pinched wiring harness at the block and transmisson. Please note that you need to be careful and make sure the harness is pulled up over the engine and NOT get pinched. I made this mistake and the car went into limp mode and sending codes P102, P0135, P0141, P0155, P0161, P0403, P0443, PO0446 and P1489. Do not be fooled into buying all new sensors to fix the problem. Fuse 49 will be blown when there is a short in the wiring harness.

  • Tom Tom
    Tom Tom 11 months ago

    very good work thanks for you

    • 2CarPros
      2CarPros  11 months ago

      Thank you for watching!

  • Эмиль Харрасов

    Thank you ) Good job

  • alex luong
    alex luong Year ago

    very good .thank you

  • salvador quintana
    salvador quintana Year ago +1

    Where can i get the OEM torque specs?

  • FenixDown147
    FenixDown147 Year ago

    Looks a little heavy on the silicon rubber, guess it cant really cause any mechanical damage but yea..

  • Rizal Galiza
    Rizal Galiza Year ago +4

    Very nice well put video you can learn and absorb alot from it but the job is too much work lol still great tho

  • chriscozart0620
    chriscozart0620 Year ago +1

    Great how-to. Glad I stumbled across this video while trying to find the 'rear main seal replacement' process for my 2006 Expedition 5.4. I only stopped on this 'Mustang' video because the end of this engine is EXACTLY the same as my '06 Expedition 5.4. You could add "2006 Ford Expedition 5.4" to your video so it will show when someone searches for this for their Expedition. Thank you.

    • 2CarPros
      2CarPros  Year ago +1

      Good to know! Thanks for the heads up!

  • David Woo
    David Woo Year ago +7

    Everything was fine until they told me to remove the transmission completely. lol I thought this was a DIY video that I could do with my own tools at home. NOPE. hahahahahahahahahahaha

    • Cody Koala
      Cody Koala 5 months ago

      i'm replacing my stang clutch solo, i'm 140 lbs lol

    • 2CarPros
      2CarPros  Year ago +3

      Yeah sorry that is how the job is done. It is doable at home with a floor transmission jack and a decent amount of time though. Thanks for watching!

  • senthil Iandhu
    senthil Iandhu Year ago

    marthi gypsy 413 video send me sir plz

  • atroise
    atroise Year ago +1

    Nice job, just one question doesn't it get any air in the throw out bearing? Do we need to bleed the air, and ho we do it?

  • X BR33D
    X BR33D Year ago

    I'm working on my clutch right now, and my transmission just wont go straight back up in there!! Why wont it get back easily?

    • X BR33D
      X BR33D Year ago

      2CarPros yessir thank you fo the reply! Very helpful video me n pops been watching it throughout the fix

    • 2CarPros
      2CarPros  Year ago +1

      Make sure you have the transmission lined up with the engine. If it came out easy and the clutch and pressure plate are re assembled correctly there really shouldn't be an issue. Thank you for watching!

  • 010101Gaming
    010101Gaming Year ago

    I'm screwed I broke my clutch after a week of driving my new mustang.

    • 010101Gaming
      010101Gaming Year ago

      yeah rough indeed. the good news is that time to upgrade my cluth and perhaps, flywheel. you're welcome!

    • 2CarPros
      2CarPros  Year ago +2

      That's rough, sorry to hear that. But thank you for watching!

  • big daddy w
    big daddy w Year ago

    Ummm the very last step of adding fluid you added break fluid the the break fluid canister? Is that hooked to that fluid or was it an over-site?

    • 2CarPros
      2CarPros  Year ago

      The clutch uses brake fluid from the brake reservoir. Thanks for watching!

  • Anthony Wendt
    Anthony Wendt Year ago


  • mikeee____
    mikeee____ Year ago

    21:21 is the retainer shield separate from the rear main seal? Is that the oil slinger/ baffle?

  • Md Badal Miah
    Md Badal Miah Year ago

    thank you sir

  • 720 Nonstop
    720 Nonstop Year ago

    What's the name of this song

  • David Vasquez
    David Vasquez Year ago

    Forget it I'll let the professionals do it I don't have the appropriate tools.

  • Tony Schwartz
    Tony Schwartz Year ago

    Awesome work! Thank you!

  • sederick coxson
    sederick coxson Year ago

    Did the retainer plate leak at the joint where oil pan and retainer meet in the corners

  • Kyson
    Kyson Year ago

    Great video with awesome instructions. I’m currently waiting on an exedy stage III clutch with TOB and lightweight flywheel so I can perform the job on my 2007 GT. One question I have though, does it matter what gear I have the transmission in when I disconnect the linkage or does it not matter as long as it stays the same for when I reconnect it? Let me know :) this video made what I thought was a very difficult job seem fairly simple and straightforward. Once I get parts and a set of socket extensions, It’ll be time to do the install. Will come back for an update if I remember. Thank you!

    • Adam Hemann
      Adam Hemann 8 months ago

      Kyson hey man I’m about to do the same thing on my 06. Did you ever figure out if it matters to leave your car in gear or not when you dropped your transmission?

  • Steve Egger
    Steve Egger Year ago

    Great video, it will save me $1800.00.

    • 2CarPros
      2CarPros  Year ago

      Nice! Thanks for watching!

  • kas0016
    kas0016 Year ago

    Fac specs my ass. Good job though

  • Ernie Blanco
    Ernie Blanco Year ago

    I got lost 2 min in to this shit

  • raredesign
    raredesign Year ago

    This is an excellent video! Thanks.

  • ScrewsNutsAndBolts

    Excellent videos 🔩

  • SlipClutch
    SlipClutch Year ago

    Is this the same as my 2006 v6? And what clutch kit should I get? What components do I need? My clutch is slipping :(

  • soldierkiller29
    soldierkiller29 Year ago

    i didn't see a clutch fork for the throw-out bearing. is this because it is a hydraulic clutch and uses fluid pressure instead of a cable/linkage system?

    • Kyson
      Kyson Year ago

      soldierkiller29 yep. It’s an exedy hydraulic TOB

  • Andrew Cultum
    Andrew Cultum Year ago

    I completed the install but it won't go into gear when the car is on. Any ideas?

  • Kawaii Ninja
    Kawaii Ninja Year ago

    Since you guys know the factory spec for the nuts, why not mention in the video.