Ensure marks on flywheel and clutch are aligned. Tighten pressure plate bolts evenly in a diagonal pattern. Use clutch alignment tool to center disc. If installing new clutch, balancing marks on clutch and flywheel should be offset 180 degrees.
With transaxle installed, pull release lever away from engine. At least.78" (19.8 mm) clearance must exist between release lever and transaxle housing. Lubricate all sliding surfaces of clutch release mechanism and gear teeth of drive shaft with long-term grease. Position release fork in release bearing. Using adhesive tape, fix position of release fork. Mount transmission to engine.
Ensure seals are positioned properly on clutch release shaft. See Fig. 1. Guide clutch release shaft with sealing rings into release fork. Remove adhesive tape through assembly hole. Pack needle bearing cap with long-term grease. Install needle bearing cap and bracket onto clutch release shaft. Tighten bracket into place using bolt. To complete installation, reverse removal procedure
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