1. Closely examine the old clutch unit during removal of the clutches. If there are any grooves, thermal cracks and hot spot, the flywheel must be resufaced, or replaced during each clutch installation.
2. Check the transmission and engine oil seal for possble leaks. Replace necessary.
3. Before installing the pressureplate and flywheel, they should be wiped clean of any oils. Be sure to use clean hands, and a clean rag with an alcohol-bsed solvent while cleaning.
4. Install a new bushing or pilot bearing. If lubribation is necessay use SAE 30 Weight or Thinner petroleum oil.
5. Inspect the bearing retainer and clutch form for possible wear such as flat spots, or burrs. If wear is found replace the bearing retainer/ clutch fork. Using white, heat resistant grease lightly lubricate the bearing retainer, transmission input shaft, and contac point of bearing and clutch fork.
6. Check athat all dowel pins are in good condition and in place
7. Face clutch disk with "flywheel side" lael against flywheel. If no Label is present, make sure that the clutch dampener spring are facing the transmission.
8. After mating the cover assembly with the flywheel, insert the proper alignment tool and hand thighten the bolts. When tightening the bolts to manufacturers specifications use a star pattern.
9. Check the clutch oerational system for wear, leak, and function. Replacing the clutch cable is strongly recommended as well as chencking the hydraulic fluid and bleeding the system.