exactly tools were probably just 10mm / 13mm spanner and socket, a circlip removal tool, screwdriver.
there will be a pictorial guide in the big thread about this but i'll detail the steps anyway
take negative off battery
remove fuse box from top of battery
take positive off battery
remove strap from battery (awkward) and remove.
Remove fuses from front of battery tray (i recorded which ones went where just incase it was important in future)
remove battery tray, you now have access to the accentuator arm.
There are 2 circlips you can see, one is 1/2cm across which sits horizontally on top of the rusty coloured arm and one is large, about 3/4cm and sits vertically on the slave cylinder (the one with the rubber boot on it)
Remove the cap from the brake/clutch fluid reservoir
remove the large circlip and unclip the flexi hose which feeds the slave from its clip and get someone to gently press the clutch pedal and it should push the slave out.
remove the small circlip and pull out the arm (its splined so you can't put it back on wrong)
clean the area around the "geared" bit which it now exposed and you'll notice a white bush with a notch in it which will fit a small screw driver.
Prise this out.
The hole it leaves is where you need to drip the grease, or do what i did and syringe it in by forcing a straw onto the end of a syringe. i used 10ml or grease.
clean and grease the white bush and refit everything
Last edited by diddums100; 10-09-12 at 08:34.