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Need a diagram of the clutch bearing in order to take it apart from vehicle.The 1996 Isuzu Troper repair book we have does show an inside view and we cannot get this piece off.

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I cant send a diagram but I can explain how. To remove the unit from the clutch arm. The unit is held in with a spring clip pull the bearing out and you will see where the spring clip is holding they are pull one end of the spring down and over the flange which is holding it and the other end up the unit will slide off. To remove the bearing from the unit clamp the outside of the bearing in a vice and with a socket and hammer tap out the cast iron center. The clutch arm is also held in with a spring clip over a ball in the bell housing a quick firm pull will take it off if needed.

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