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I need a diagram to show where the clutch pedal spring fits on a 53 focus.the top bit is obvious but i cant find where the bottom hook fits ---.frosty

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The clutch pedal return spring fits onto the cicular pressed steel ring that surrounds the clutch linkage. There is a tiny hole on the top edge of the steel pressing. Difficult to see and best found by feeling around top edge but take care as pressed steel has sharp edges.

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