If by fixing the clutch you mean replacing it ?
Replacing the clutch is relatively straightforward:
Transmission clutch kit including pressure plate
and driven plate
rear main seal for the engine
Shifter linkage rebuild kit ($20 bux from the parts place, google on web)
3 qts redline MTL transmission oil
17 mm hex wrench to drain and replace fluid (think Sears here)
Borrow of buy a clutch alignment tool (no not the rabbit style
on ground loosen the front wheel hub nuts (they are on VERY tight >150Lbs/ft torque)
Remove the battery ground connection after noting any radio securoty codes you may have.
Chock the wheels , jack up the front of the vehicle, secure on jackstands.
remove the drive
shafts on both sides baggie the CVs so you don't contaminate them.
Mark and emove the starter wires, remove the starter.
If starter is old consider getting it rebuilt at this time.
remove the shifter linkages, replace all the worn plastic bits, bag and lay aside.
Support the engine with a floor jack. Loosen the front engine snubber mount (near the crankshaft pullry)
remove the transmsiion mount (looks like a sqaushed starred donut) under drivers feet (approximately) Remove the mount bracket
I suggest you renew the mount at this time
Remove the clutch cable from the clutch lever
remove the bolts holding the tranny to the engine
Lower the engine at the rear
SUPPORT the transmission and slide the unit off the pilot bushing. PUT NO PRESSURE on the transmission input shaft!!!
Lower tranny to ground and remove from under unit.
mark the pressure plate (clutch cover) as to orientation with a witness
mark. Remove it and the clutch driven plate, don't breathe the dust.
(BAD for humans) Note the driven plates spline orientation.
the pilot bushing in the center with carb cleaner, regrease when dry
with a smear of MOS2 greas (black and ugly type) Not too much just a
Clean the transmission shaft with WD40 or Kerosene, dry with clean rag.
Remove and replace the throwout bearing, if you've been breaking clutch
cables lately the pivot point on the side of the case where the thowout
shaft lives is dirty. It needs to be cleaned w/cleaner and lubed with
Place the clutch plate in position, make sure you get the splines oriented correctly.
Clean the steel surface of the clutch pressure plate with a light
hydrocarbon like lighter fluid, no grease here... I've used starting
fluid here in a pinch, no smoking ;-)
Place the clutch cover (new unit? orient the same as the old one) over
the plate. Use the tool to center the plate under the cover. If you
mis-align the plate putting the unit back together will be a painful
experience... so be careful, check your work. Tighten the plate into
position, use a cross pattern on the bolts. Don't be sloppy here , a
bolt coming loose would be bad $$$$$...
Add a small amount of grease onto the transmission input splines. This
helps the clutch action, not a lot just a bit to make the shaft shiny.
If you're strong enough you can lift the transmission into position and
slide it onto the plate splines. Otherwise use a floor jack to lift into
position. Put the tranny in gear so that you can spin the axel adapter
to move the shaft splines to get them to align.
Reverse this procedure to finish up.
I recommend driving the car
after initially adjusting the pedal for 12mm or 1/2 free play. Drive the car and re-adjust as needed.
Get the transmission hot by driving
for an hour.
Drain the fluid.
replace the bottom plug after it stops dripping
Add fluid to the side plug till the fluid runs out. replace the plug.
Enjoy the new clutch.