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    It should, post up a bunch of pics man I can't quite grasp why your having trouble

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    i'll shoot some pics this weekend, basically what's going on is the bearing wont clasp into the fork and click so once assembled the clutch will not shift. (i tried both the bearing that came with the 3rd gen clutch kit and the one that was on the 2nd gen transmission that I pulled out of the junkyard)
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    The TOB has a very weak retention to it. I fucking hate it. They always make me second guess if the bearing fell off or not.
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    That's gotta be the problem it didn't make a clicking noise when it snapped in and it was pretty easy to wiggle around. If not it's probably a problem with the hydraulics which I tried bleeding by opening the lid and pressing the clutch over 400 times. If not i'll have to go to someone who services Saturns and can do a transmission install correctly because I think I fudged up.

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    That or you didn't align the slave cylinder correctly.. why are you bleeding your hydros? if you can avoid it NEVER open them.
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    Lol I'm not sure where you're going wrong. Unless the fork isn't popped into the ball pivot in the case or you have something completely ass backwards, there should be no problems with the slave. Hell. Last night I had the spring that sits under the actuator in the cylinder work its way out and jam the slave. I pulled the spring out and everything was just fine.
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    Do you have the TOB on backwards?
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    You mentioned it's a 3rd gen clutch, which gen hydros? I forget which direction they're not compatible (2nd clutch + 3rd hydros or 2rd clutch + 2nd hydros), but there's one combo that works and one that doesn't.
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    3rd gen hydros 3rd gen clutch 2nd gen transmission.

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    Do you have the shift fork on upside down?

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    Can't it only go in one way? The fork actually snapped in when I put it back.

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    1997 Manual Transmission in the 2002 SW2

    Its just a thought it could be forced to fit upsides own.
    Your hydros sound as fault if your throw out bearing is in proper place.
    I feel like a simple pic would answer this pretty fast

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    I made a noob mistake once and smashed the clutch with the pin not in place. Blew the slave right to bits!

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