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I have a 2004 hyundai santa fe, how does the pilot bearing get fastened to the pressure plate?

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Sorry "pilot bearing" (i am English)do you mean the release bearing for the clutch,if so, its not fixed to the pressure plate but to the yoke on the housing arm.you slide the primary shaft through it when re connecting the housing to the engine...If i am wrong apologise......

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