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Equator 2WD V6-4.0L (2009)

Transmission and Drivetrain > Clutch, M/T > Clutch Release Fork, M/T > Component Information > Service and Repair > 5M/T > Page 2512

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Clean old grease and abrasive materials off the grease application areas.

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Apply grease to the specified points as shown.

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Apply approximately 1 mm (0.04 in) thick coat of clutch sleeve grease to withdrawal lever and holder spring frictional surfaces.

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Apply a coat of clutch sleeve grease to ball pin contact surface of the withdrawal lever and inner slots of the release bearing. The grease surface
should be level with the surrounding area.

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Apply a thin coat of clutch sleeve grease to the release bearing frictional surface. After grease application, Install release bearing. Wipe off excess
grease forced out during bearing installation.

CAUTION:
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Before installing the manual transaxle to the vehicle, check that each sliding surface slides smoothly by operating withdrawal lever.

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Be careful not to bring any grease into contact with the clutch disc facing, pressure plate surface, or flywheel surface.

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When assembling, make sure that both ends of the snap spring touch the end face of the withdrawal lever.

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