Genuine Honda Del Sol Release Bearing

Clutch Release Throw Out Bearing

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3 Release Bearings found

  • Honda Del Sol Release Bearing - 22810-PLW-005
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    Honda Del Sol Bearing, Clutch Release (Nsk)

    Part Number: 22810-PLW-005
    • Other Name: Release Bearing
    • Replaces: 22810-P20-005
    $71.89 MSRP: $104.19
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    Fits the following Vehicles:
    • 1993-1997 Honda Del Sol | 2 Door S, 2 Door SI | KA 5MT, KL 5MT
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  • Honda Del Sol Release Bearing - 22810-RPF-003
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    Honda Del Sol Bearing, Clutch Release (Fujikoshi)

    Part Number: 22810-RPF-003
    • Other Name: Release Bearing
    • Replaces: 22810-P20-003, 22810-PLW-003
    $73.76 MSRP: $104.19
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    • 1993-1997 Honda Del Sol | 2 Door S, 2 Door SI | KA 5MT, KL 5MT
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  • Honda Del Sol Release Bearing - 22810-P21-003
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    Honda Del Sol Bearing, Clutch Release (Fujikoshi)

    Part Number: 22810-P21-003
    • Other Name: Release Bearing
    • Replaces: 22810-PX5-J00, 22810-PX5-000, 22810-PX5-004, 22810-PX5-J01, 22810-PX5-003
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    Fits the following Vehicles:
    • 1994-1997 Honda Del Sol | 2 Door V-TEC | KA 5MT, KL 5MT
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Honda Del Sol Release Bearing Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How to remove and install a Clutch Disc,Clutch Fork,Pressure Plate and Release Bearing?
    A: Access to the clutch components is normally accomplished by removing the transaxle, leaving the engine in the vehicle. To support the clutch disc during removal, install a clutch alignment tool through the clutch disc hub. Carefully inspect the flywheel and pressure plate for indexing marks and turn each bolt a little at a time to loosen the pressure plate-to-flywheel bolts. Inspect the flywheel for cracks, heat checking, grooves and other obvious defects, and the lining on the clutch disc for loose rivets, distortion, cracks, broken springs and other obvious damage. Clean the flywheel and pressure plate machined surfaces with brake cleaner, lacquer thinner or acetone, position the clutch disc and pressure plate against the flywheel with the clutch held in place with an alignment tool, center the clutch disc, and tighten the pressure plate-to-flywheel bolts. Lubricate the inner groove of the release bearing, install the clutch release bearing, and install the transaxle and all components removed previously.
  • Q: How to replace a Clutch Release Bearing and Clutch Fork?
    A: Unbolt the clutch release cylinder, but don't disconnect the fluid line between the master cylinder and the release cylinder. Suspend the release cylinder out of the way with a piece of wire. Remove the transaxle. Slide the release bearing off the input shaft, disengage the clutch release fork retention spring from the ball stud and remove the fork. Hold the bearing by the outer race and rotate the inner race while applying pressure. If the bearing doesn't turn smoothly or if it's noisy, replace the bearing/hub assembly with a new one. Wipe the bearing with a clean rag and inspect it for damage, wear and cracks. It's common practice to replace the bearing with a new one whenever a clutch job is performed, to decrease the possibility of a bearing failure in the future. Don't immerse the bearing in solvent - it's sealed for life and to do so would ruin it. Also check the release lever for cracks and bends. If the new bearing is not equipped with a bearing holder (hub), drive the holder from the old bearing and install it to the new one. A seal/bushing driver or an appropriately sized socket can be used to accomplish this. Fill the inner groove of the release bearing with high temperature grease. Also apply a light coat of the same grease to the transaxle input shaft splines and the front bearing retainer. Lubricate the release fork ball socket, fork ends and release cylinder pushrod socket with high temperature grease. Attach the release bearing to the release fork. Slide the release bearing onto the transaxle input shaft front bearing retainer while passing the end of the release fork through the opening in the clutch housing. Push the clutch release fork onto the ball stud until it's firmly seated. Apply a light coat of high temperature grease to the face of the release bearing where it contacts the pressure plate diaphragm fingers. The remainder of installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.

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