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No clutch after changing starter.

Yeah. The piece had a line to it. I didn't want to remove it, but there was no way to drop the starter without doing this. It had two bolts holding it in, and held in some kind of gasket. It also had some sort of tube inside. I could probably take a good picture of it. Would you be able to look at a picture if I sent it to your e-mail?

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Ahh well its the clutch slave clynder ok well remove the two bolts again holding it in after you get it out there should be a metal rod that goes into the tranny the rod should have around end on it if i remember right sorry its been awhile since i have done 1 but they are all the same for the most part make sure when you put it back into the tranny that the rod goes into the clutch fork look in the hole if you can and you will see the fork/arm when you bolt it back in if its in right you will have to push on the slve clynder to get it to mate up with the tranny. let me kow if this works and get back to me. I have also down loaded the live chat tool on here if that works bette rfor you good luck.

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