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Midlands 5-speed Clutch Lever Bush Pair - R50 Mini Cooper 02-04

Midlands 5-speed Clutch Lever Bush Pair - R50 Mini Cooper 02-04

Midlands 5-speed Clutch Lever Bush Pair - R50 Mini Cooper 02-04

Midlands 5-speed Clutch Lever Bush Pair - R50 Mini Cooper 02-04

Midlands 5-speed Clutch Lever Bush Pair - R50 Mini Cooper 02-04

Midlands 5-speed Clutch Lever Bush Pair - R50 Mini Cooper 02-04

Midlands 5-speed Clutch Lever Bush Pair - R50 Mini Cooper 02-04
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$17.95
Part No: NMD7678
Internet Price $17.95
MINI Factory replacement Clutch Lever Upper and Lower Bushing for 5-speed manual transmission GS5-65BH (Midlands) for MINI Coopers from 2002 up to 07/2004.

These are upper and lower bushings for the lever that pushes against the throwout bearing to dis-engage the clutch.

Fits the following models with the 5 speed manual GS5-65BH (Midlands) transmission:

2002 to 2004 R50 MINI Cooper (non-S) Hardtop

NOTE: The clutch lever has been discontinued by MINI as of January 2013 and is no longer available.

For other Clutch Lever parts, see NMD7693-P.

For all available parts for the Midlands transmission, see the Midlands Page.

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This Item (NMD7678) Fits the following cars:
  • 2004
  • MINI Cooper
  • R50 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Automatic
  • 2004
  • MINI Cooper
  • R50 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Manual
  • 2004
  • MINI Cooper S
  • R53 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Manual
  • 2003
  • MINI Cooper
  • R50 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Automatic
  • 2003
  • MINI Cooper
  • R50 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Manual
  • 2003
  • MINI Cooper S
  • R53 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Manual
  • 2002
  • MINI Cooper
  • R50 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Automatic
  • 2002
  • MINI Cooper
  • R50 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Manual
  • 2002
  • MINI Cooper S
  • R53 Hatchback /Hardtop
  • Manual
Related Technical Articles:
R55 / R56 MCS Clutch Bleeding Instructions
Created: March 29, 2011
The clutch operates using brake fluid. It draws off the brake fluid reservoir via a black tube on the side. Fluid flows from the reservoir into the cylinder above the clutch pedal (when there is a negative pressure). Then when the pedal is pushed the pedal cylinder pushes fluid through the tube into the clutch slave cylinder which activates the clutch.
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