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When replacing any clutch it is necessary to match the finger or diaphragm height and also the throwout bearing height. If either aren't the same that difference is magnified at the other end of the fork. Can't tell you if you lost anything ...I'm not there. Generally you can compensate for any difference by using a threaded sleeve on the rod.and add a piece of threaded rod on the end to mate with the fork. (use jam nuts after adjustment to keep it from moving). I've also seen the same problem with some remanufactured pressure plates if too much material is removed during re-facing. Only other option is to remove and measure everything. No adjustments on the linkage anywhere??.
The car security is not connected to a head unit. It probably has a small blinking red light on it which blinks when you remove the faceplate and switch the ignition off. This is just an indicator which lets people see that the face plate is removed.
You can replace the headunit with any brand/model you want. It would be cheaper than buying a replacement faceplate.