Question about 1993 Mazda RX-7
Had same problem.....STOP...you have to get under car,there on the bellhousing you will find an inspection plate about 4 inches long,remove the retaining bolts and plate and you should be able to see the clutch and flywheel,look carefuly and you will see the pressure plate bolts, the ones that hold the clutch/pressure plate to the flywheel (6 if i remember), remove these, you will have to rotate the engine to get access to them one at a time, then when all are removed it should come apart easily.its a strange one because it leaves the pressure plate attached to the gear box( japs eh!),i can assure you that this is correct and there is a simple way to get the plate off by simply prising a washer forward and pulling plate free from gearbox.......simple when you know how....(i almost used a jeep and chain to pull my engine/gearbox apart before i was shown how to do it)
i know ,not hope this will help!
have fun and regards....
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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