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Old 07-29-2016, 07:55 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by Jahhrr View Post
Thanks for the info Jay! I read elsewhere as well it's not a necessary part so I was more concerned with wether or not it was actually my clutch at this point. I'm not too familiar with the culture here so pics are attached as required 😊

I've also attached a pic of the power spring in its current state. My drive home went swimmingly actually, the clutch pedal feels smooth as butter and it didn't slip once although most of my commute is highway so I will post another update in a few days after I can see how things go. Clutch feels better than it ever has during the time I've owned it at the moment so I don't think I will be replacing the power spring anytime soon 😁

IIRC, the canister should have a pin on both sides, so you probably need a full replacement if you decide to put it back in
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