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Need Mazda 1998 B2500 4cyl 5sp throw out bearing assembly & dustcap diagram

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    Thank you but basically I need he diagram...

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The thow out bearing is part of the slave cylinder assembly. Autozone carries 2 of these part numbers (12596) for $47.99 and (LSC003) for $84.99. Don't foget to change the pilot bushing also. It's $3.99. It's located in the back of the crankshaft. The input shaft from the tranny rides in it. Let me know if you need any help with changing it or bleeding out the slave cylinder. Thanks, Len

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