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Clutch master cylinder

Hi All,
I need to replace my clutch master cylinder on my 1997 2Ltr Spider. I have the new part and I have a manual. Unfortunately I cannot seem to be able to get near the connection or bolts needed to release the old master cylinder from the car. Can anyone please help?
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Never done it, but a photograph often helps so here's a photo of a 1997 TS clutch MS -

To improve access, you could remove the throttle pedal as it is in the way a bit. Just unhook the spring you can see in the photo and the throttle cable at the top, undo the two screws in the white hinge blocks and out it comes.
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It's awkward to reach and see what your doing. It's easier with the manifold off but that in itself is a major undertaking even if you have every tool known to man. I would be tempted to just change the seals. Might not work, the m/c might be too worn, but worth a try.
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