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I started replacing my clutch in my 1989 Beretta GT 6 years ago, mostly because I couldn't find the parts like the clutch fork. The clutch is replaced and the tranny is attached, but I am unsure how everything goes under the hood as it has been so long ago. Any help would be appreciated! Willing to pay reasonable fee.
Here are some pictures. Basically I have the shifter hooked up, now I need to hook the clutch pedal and that stupid finger thing that I can't get back on.
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bmroyer wrote:How do I secure the shifter cables? Can't seem to get the thing in neutral.
Try lifting the front wheels off the ground with a jack so they can rotate freely, then you should be able to take it out of gear without the clutch being pressed.
That slave cylinder needs to be compressed (Pushed fully in) to get that clutch fork finger thing back on the clutch fork, it is keyed and only goes on 1 way. Might be easier to remove the slave cylinder then install that on the end of the clutch fork, then put the slave back.
Just to note, If there is any air at all in the slave/master/lines it will not work properly at all.
When I had mine, I had to bench/gravity bleed it for a while before I finally got all the air out, and I carefully strung it back into the car in 1 piece.
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