Ok...replacing the clutch master cylinder ir relatively easy on this.
Took about 2.5 hours as I was working stuff out. Reckon I can knock an hour off that easy.
The cylinder is inside the car, not on the other side of the firewall as on the earlier TS engined things I did previously.
Undo the clip that holds the piston onto the clutch pedal (don't loose it) and take the piston off the pedal assembly. This allows you to rattle the body of the cylinder to get it out.
Undo the 2 x 13mm bolts that hold the cylinder in place.
In the engine bay..........
Undo the fuel filter and move it to the passenger side out of the way. Use rags etc as some diesel will spill.
You will see the end of the master cylinder poking through the bulkhead, it is pretty high up....higher than I expected anyway. There are a couple of hoses kind of masking it.
Undo the fluid out pipe. It is a push fit with a spring clip...very easy.
Now the hard bit......the fluid in is a bit of a pain as it's a rubber hose that goes through a grommet and not much length for working. I basically cut it off from the metal pipe in the engine bay. This means you will need some replacment fuel or silicon pipe, remeber this side is not under pressure.
I fitted my new pipe to the inlet of the new cylinder, but made sure I had loads of length. Feed the pipe through the grommet from inside the footwell. Now yopu can mount the cylinder and bolt it up. Cut your new pipe to length and attach to the metal pipe in the engine bay. Push the fluid out pipe into the spring clip of the cylinder, attach the piston to the pedal, remount fuel filter and then bleed the system, which requires removal of the battery.
I hope this helps. I didn't take photos as my hands were brake fluidy and it would have damaged any camera/phone.
Update: If you have cruise control, you will most likely have to reset the switch after doing the job. Remove the switch from the top of the clutch pedal (1/4 twist and it pops out). Pull the piston right out with a pair of pliers, it's on a ratchet system. Refit the switch with the clutch DEPRESSED
. Then let the clutch up slowly to set the switch piston position. Thanks to super164 for that info