Servicing Quick Connect / Quick Disconnect Pull Type Clutches

This video, presented by Gary Croyle, shows how to service quick connect / quick disconnect pull type clutches. The focus of the video is an Isuzu vehicle but the techniques can be applied to Huyndai, Isuzu, Mazda applications and Honda Passports with this pull type clutch release bearing. For instruction bulletins and additional videos by our part number go to www.clutchtechsupport.com

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