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A quick check shows it's about 4-5 hours and costs a not-insignificant £600-700. I recall having a new clutch on my Renault years ago and they had to remove most of the engine to do it

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Should be quicker/cheaper on the Fiesta, there's good access around the bay.  Basically need to remove battery and airbox from on top, driveshafts from underneath, remove gearbox, swap the clutch, shove the gearbox back in and put everything else back.  With a ramp and air tools I'd say around 3 hours for a Fiesta Zetec engine.  May take longer if you've got any seized bolts.

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With the slave cylinder.

If the slave fails in the future, it would require the gearbox to be removed again to replace it, and could contaminate the new clutch as well.  Not worth the risk of re-using the old one imo.

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