The directions provided are very primitive and quite frankly, vague. You will need a repair manual for the removal procedure and torque specifications for installation. Keep in mind you will also need a strong impact wrench to remove the flywheel bolt, and the flywheel itself. Be cautious of the ignition cover sealing edges as they are extremely sharp!!! You can easily suffer deep lacerations if care isn't taken to cover the edges during removal. I suggest you wear gloves. Also, be sure to install the ldler gear rod before the ignition cover for ease of intallation. Last but not least, ensure your clutch actuator rod is in the cam assembly prior to torqueing the ignition cover bolts or you'll be removing it all over again.
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