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Old 04-15-2013, 04:31 AM   #10
D_A
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It is misaligned, but not by much. Just use the same procedure already mentioned but be willing to wiggle it around some and it should drop down that last bit.

Have a look here at the parts diagram (it's interactive so you can zoom in etc)
http://www.partspitstop.com/pages/Oe...16I1695E1350A1

The rod locates in a bearing in the bottom part of the clutch cover and there's a notch in the shaft that locates it on a rod in the clutch assembly. Obviously it will till work if it's close enough, but you should be able to get it seated all the way down with a little patience.
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