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97 rodeo clutch repair- throw out bearing swingout arm

The throw out bearing arm has heat warped springs, will not hold throwout bearing to stab the transmission. we have put the bellhousing back on the motor block and was a nightmare with all the tight bolt places.
how do we place the throwout bearing on the clutch release arm, once the bellhousing is mounted.

 do we have to pull the bellhousing out again or are there any dirty tricks we can use?

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Im not sure that u can u could try though it may be tricky through the back and take a while for what its worth i would say unfortunately just pull it back off at least u can see for sure you have fitted it correctly hope this helps also for access try loosening engine mounts and gently jacking up the front of the engine also you can try a a couple of extension bars with a swivel usually makes the job more bareable.

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Hi,

Sorry but no quick/dirty trick to my knowledge. The bellhousing has to be removed/pulled out and the release bearing slide in place.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

Thank you for using FixYa.

Posted on Jun 04, 2008

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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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