Yes you can. Remove the nine bolts holding the cover on the clutch. Do this slowly and carefully and as evenly as possible so it does not bind on the last bolt or two. It may help to wedge a block of wood between the clutch and belly pan. The wood wedge can also help compress and hold the spring compressed while getting the bolts started when re-assembling. If you don't have a clutch puller it should work just fine.
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