Question about 1986 Toyota MR2
Every clutch has a "throw-out bearing", and the proper term is Release bearing.
You should purchase a good quality complete clutch kit, and make sure that the clutch kit also comes with the pilot bearing as well. Be sure that they re-machine your flywheel to restore proper clutch operation.
Here is a link for you check out for yourself, and you can see that the release bearing and pilot bearing are both included in these clutch kits. You should then be able to purchase a new clutch kit from your local parts store.
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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