I'm sure some auto parts store chain will rent out tools for the job.
I've only worked on a 91 Pontiac so I'm not sure of the design of a 2000
Cavalier clutch plate, but if it comes off in two pieces like it did on
my Bonneville its broken and is more than likely the problem and not
If you can drive with the clutch plate off see if the noise you've been
is gone. A snap ring held my bearing / pulley on, its also pressed onto
the shaft as well.
The bearing on mine is staked into the pulley, so don't be too shocked
if you need a bearing/pulley assembly - if that turns out to be your
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