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First and foremost, understand your working with a highly flamable fluid here, make sure engine is cold, that being said, what you have to do is remove the fuel pressure(very important), then the fuel rail. All injectors are going to be on that fuel rail and will all have to come off at the same time. Be very careful when pulling on the injectors that some o-rings don't fall into the combustion chamber. remove the lock holding the injector in place and remove it. to install the new one, simply follow in the reverse order. make sure you follow the instructions given to you by the new injector on how to intall. On some you may need to lubricate the o-ring so it installs easier.
Remove starter, remove shifter, remove driveshaft, bell housing bolts etc. You would be well advised to get a Hane's repair manual and follow the step by step instructions. It's far too much to get for free on here. It would take half the day to type it out.
there are 2 different clutch hydraulic cylinders, on is on the firewall and one near the bell housing of the engine, they are called the master and slave cylinders. If u have never replaced these kinds of parts u should leave it to a professional or buy a factory repair manual from Isuzu..