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Hi, I have a problem fitting the retaining clip/spring on the clutch cable at the pedal on a 1995 Daewoo 1.5I - can you help ??. Regards Simon

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Hi Simon

Thanks for using FixYa. Please take a look at the brake and clutch system fir your car---
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Click on the picture to zoom in.
Also see the steps for removal of the clutch, as the installation procedure is just reverse of removal---

  • The gearbox has to come out, get the front of the car as high as possible on axle stands.
  • Remove n/s plastic shield, then remove n/s wheel.
  • Remove driveshaft nut & split bottom ball joint then remove shaft from hub.
  • Now remove all bell housing bolts (there’s a 19mm bolt right at the top thats hidden under the alloy breather housing)you can leave the starter motor on.
  • Remove Speedo + clutch cables crank sensor wires (by Speedo cable) +disconnect gear linkage under car.
  • Support engine on trolley jack ,remove bolt from rear gearbox mounting,
  • Remove front gearbox mount complete, split o/s driveshaft from gearbox, lower engine slowly until gearbox will slide out.
  • Now remove 6 bolts on clutch cover & remove the drive plate.
  • Fitting is reverse of removal but make sure clutch drive plate is central to flywheel.

Please do accept the solution if the issue is resolved or else revert for further assistance.


Thanks

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