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So I replaced the master and slave clutch cylinders and in the process dislocated the clutch release arm (fork). I'll remove the slave again, but is it possible to reset the fork with the transmission in the car? I'm thinking that I should be able to wedge it back to the TO bearing, pivot ball and slave pivot. Am I missing anything here?
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If it was in basically the right orientation, it should move back into place under hydraulic pressure. You didn't remove the trans/engine, right? Unless it is worn or broken, it should press back onto the pivot ball, and the forks on either side of the TO bearing. Your attachment spring might be broken or missing, but it's not essential.

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