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Im haveing problems removeing the gearbox of a citroen relay any ideas on how to get the thrust bearing off of the presure plate?

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You dont on this model its part of the pressure plate

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4: the thrust bearing and fork should now move freely on the splined shaft.

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looking through the inspection holes - the collar shouldn't be visible (it looks like a spline)
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