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How to remove the clutch bearing, does not have a fork

(1994 Mazda B2300)
in Gurley, AL on April 12, 2011
replaceing the clutch assembly, parts indicate a bearing attached to the transmission useing a fluid to operate. how do I remove the bearing properly, it has two bolts and a fluid cable.
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on April 12, 2011
sounds like you are referring to a slave cylinder that operates with hyraulics.
it is about 59 for the cylinder and about .8 hours to replace.

thanks for using repairpal

Roy
on April 12, 2011
To add to Roy - this is indeed the slave cylinder. It comes on this model with the throwout bearing attached to it as an assembly. The "fluid cable" is really the hydraulic line that goes to the outside of the case to bleed the system of air.

I show the parts as about $120 and labor is a simple bolt on at the input shaft -- once the transmission is removed.
on April 13, 2011
sorry, thought it was external.

thanks dave for clearing that up.

Roy
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