Not too bad...took about 3 hours ( first time ).
Heres how in 10 easy steps....and photos.
1) Engine cover off
2) Battery off
3) Fuse box taken off battery tray
4) Battery tray off - this reveals what your after - the clutch actuator arm.
5) Remove slave cylinder circlip...push back slave cylinder, having taken the cap off
the clutch fluid bottle first.
6) Remove actuator arm circlip - spray area with WD40
7) Prize off actuator arm from underneath. I used a hammer to 'tap' it up
from below. When putting it back, it can only go back in one ( the right ) position.
8) WD40 on plastic bush. Be careful here as it can be fragile and break, take your time to let the WD40 penetrate, then gently twist it back and
forth with molegrips to get moving. Then use small
screw driver to gently prize up and off. Clean and grease.
9) Clutch shaft now revealed. Dribble about 2 table spoons of oil ( 3 in 1 will be OK ). This
will drain down the shaft and lube the bearing below. Do NOT use a spray oil, as it will get
on clutch plates causing them to slip. Leave for a few hours.