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Need tech support to install throwout bearing in 1989berettagt with muncie/getrag282 5speed

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  • skssscott Oct 10, 2009

    it is out

  • Joseph Howard May 11, 2010

    Is the trans already out or do you need to still pull the trans out which is the only way to access that bearing.

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There should be metal tabs on the clutch fork that the 2 ears of the throwout bearing go into this captures and holds the bearing some of the models had a antirattle spring on them that the ends went into 2 holes in the tabs on the fork.Just remember the bearing side that turns or spins freely contacts the pressure plate when you reinstall the trans.

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Fig. Fig. 1: Clutch release bearing - 1990 Colt hatchback and sedan w/ 1.6L engine, 1990 Colt Wagon w/1.8L engine, and 1990-93 Vista


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Fig. Fig. 2: Clutch driven and drive discs - 1990-93 all models


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Fig. Fig. 3: Clutch release bearing - 1990 Colt Wagon w/1.5L engine, 1991-92 Colt hatchback and sedan w/4-speed and 1993 Colt hatchback and sedan w/1.8L engine

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