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1996 saturn coupe sc2

Am looking for a diagram to show me step by step how to install clutch release and throw out bearings.

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The Haynes Repair Manual has great pictures and a complete description on how to install one.

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Step 1: Remove the magnetic drain plug with a wrench. (The drain plug is underneath the outer primary chain case on the left side of the motorcycle). Drain the fluid into a drain pan.
Step 2: Remove all of the screws on the clutch release cover with an Allen wrench. & also remove the clutch release cover. Discard the gasket that's located right on the inside of the clutch release cover.
Step 3: Loosen the clutch cable adjuster with a wrench to allow it to slack a bit in the clutch cable.
Step 4: Remove the retaining clip of the pushrod assembly with a pick tool. This should also release the two thrust washers located just behind the retaining clip.
Step 5: Remove the throw out bearing & Insert a new one into the same slot.
Step 6: Reinstall the two thrust washers and the retaining clip you previously removed.
Step 7: Tighten the clutch cable adjuster with a wrench.
Step 8: Replace the clutch release cover gasket and reinstall the cover by inserting and tightening the screws that you previously removed.

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most modern cars do not have an adjustment on the clutch slave cylinder push rod
it relies on the system being in good condition and the fingers of the pressure plate push the throw out bearing back and that pushes the slave cylinder back in far enough
If the push rod is under tension then there is a problem in the compensating port of the clutch master cylinder and the fix for that is a new master cylinder.

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Here's your book info is below...
Most auto parts stores carry Haynes Manuals. You can order them from Haynes if needed. Or...often they are carried in your local library.

I have done Ford and Toyota clutches using these books. Clutch replacement is not hard, just time consuming...And easier if you have a lift.

Note: If like many vehicles, don't forget to replace the engine rear main seal while you have access with the fly wheel off.

You can call Haynes and ask specifically if the book covers the repair you are attempting. I have called them to get more specific wiring diagrams not always provided with the books. Very helpful in providing tech data... I have a Haynes manual for all my vehicles...makes maintenance and repair much easier than researching every I need to do something to my vehicles.

Best of luck finding the information you need...

Here's your book info.

Saturn S-series Haynes Repair Manual Online covering all 1991 thru 2002 models of Saturn SL, SL1, SL2, SC, SC1, SC2, SW1 and SW2
Part Number #E87010
Haynes Repair Manual Online for the Saturn S-series covering all 1991 thru 2002 models of Saturn SL, SL1, SL2, SC, SC1, SC2, SW1 and SW2 has clear instructions and hundreds of photographs to help you perform anything from simple maintenance to basic repairs. Whether you're a beginner or a pro, you can save big with Haynes!
Complete coverage for your 1991 thru 2002 Saturn S-series (SL, SL1, SL2, SC, SC1, SC2, SW1 or SW2):

--Routine Maintenance
--Tune-up procedures
--Engine repair
--Cooling and heating
--Air Conditioning
--Fuel and exhaust
--Emissions control
--Ignition
--Brakes
--Suspension and steering
--Electrical systems
--Wiring diagrams

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Hi, The throw out bearing should not have been affected with anything that you have described.
Quick note about bleeding: Bench bleed the master cylinder, then never let it run dry.
Anyways, you seem to have too many things happening at once. I worry about the clutch itself. When they wear, travels of things line throwout bearings become excessive.
If by stuck you mean beyond fully extended, certainly a clutch.
If by stuck you mean it is released and will not engage, maybe not a clutch...Make sense?
Essentially, you need the clutch to work correctly, sometimes you just gotta rip it apart and redo it.

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I recommend you get the Haynes or Chilton's manual on your vehicle. Doing this job isn't that difficult but remembering the steps without looking at it is a bit rough. The manual will give you any short cuts you can take.

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The first thing to do is to have the flywheel re-surfaced because a warped flywheel will cause the clutch to chatter or shudder when you let up the clutch pedal, and also be certain that the pilot bearing is replaced, it can be difficult to remove the pilot bearing from the end of the crankshaft and you will most likely need to obtain a good pilot bearing puller to remove it.

Clean the bell-housing and the rear of the engine block while the flywheel is being re-surfaced, and be sure that all of the old clutch material and dust has been cleaned from the bell-housing and the rear of the engine block, and contamination from an old clutch disk will lead to early clutch failure.

After the flywheel has been installed and torqued down, then you will need to mount the clutch disk and the pressure-plate assembly together onto the flywheel, and be sure that the clutch disk is facing the right way (usually the spring hub will go towards the pressure-plate assembly), and then start to install the pressure-plate assembly bolts but only hand tighten them for now. After the bolts have been started then use the clutch disk alignment tool that should have come with the clutch kit to align the clutch disk with the pilot bearing, and when you have it aligned so that the alignment tool easily slips through the clutch disk and into the pilot bearing, then tighten down the bolts to the pressure-plate assembly one turn at a time in a criss-cross pattern until the pressure-plate assembly is flush with the flywheel and then you can torque down the pressure-plate assembly bolts. This is a critical step and the better aligned that you get the disk and pilot bearing, and the easier it is to remove and replace the alignment tool, the easier it will be to install the transmission, and the transmission input shaft should slip smoothly through the clutch disk and into the pilot bearing and not have any difficulties mounting up to the engine, and if the transmission hangs up when you are installing it and and the transmission input shaft does not go straight in through the clutch disk and into the pilot bearing, it can damage the clutch hub and the clutch will chatter or shudder when you let the clutch pedal up, and it will shorten the life of the clutch.

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