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I have a 55 plate escort zetec. and the plastic arm from the clutch pedel. to the cylinder has snapped off. could you please advise me how to replace it with a new one.

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Sorry have no idea of what a 55 plate is ?? i always thought escorts had a cable and focus had a hydraulic system ?? please be more explicit ,but if it is the same as focus then its no sweat to change ,its a henrymobile and nothing is difficult to repair ,well it shouldnt be

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Press the Blue Button please to appraise my FREE! Effort.
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