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Clutch assembly i just need to see a diagram showing the setup on the entire clutch set up on an 01 isuzu rodeo. i will be replacing the clutch, throughout bearing ,and the preasure plate.

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Just put it back the same way you took it off. If you buy the right clutch kit (Sachs I think) it should come with a disc alignment tool. Remember to tighten the pressure plate bolts evenly all the way around the plate. And don't forget the pilot bushing or bearing.

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