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Same prob as a guy tht wrote a comment on here previous.. trajet gear box fully parted an ready to drop but the bugga wont come out. slave arm on box has been removed, but it will not release the box

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  • Dave Nov 29, 2012

    yes mate ive done all tht already. the bugga just wont come off the lump. it feels like the the bearings stuck on the folk arm an its giving me greif. just dont wont to break anything by prizin it off

  • Colin Stickland
    Colin Stickland Nov 29, 2012

    has it dropped an bit and its catching on the ring gear ,their is no spigot bearing to stick a bit on the input shaft ,if i was popping by i would stop for a cuppa and give some hinderance ,is it free from the engine or is it stuck on the engine as their are two locating dowels and this could be causing it to stick if so two small crowbars either side should do it and support the gearbox so its level with the engine and not hanging down

  • Dave Nov 30, 2012

    all done thanks to a transit van a rachet strap and 2 pry bars. lol. but true. i strapped the gearbox and my mate clipped it to the wheel as he tightened i was underneath with 2 tyre levers. then with a bit of luck off she came. the main cause of the problem was that the clutch fork had seized solid and wouldnt move an inch. whoever had replaced the clutch less than 5thou ago could not have removed it and cleaned it or lubed it with engine oil. it took a drive shaft remover clamp to pull the ally top seat of the actuall arm. one word. NIGHTMARE. thanku for your comments. the car had 190thou on the clock so i have to assume that they never re greased the folk in anyway.

  • Colin Stickland
    Colin Stickland Dec 01, 2012

    Good all sorted ,a man after my own heart and right proper geezer as well ,FORD TRANSIT to the rescue ,a real proper mobile mechanics van quick clean out then a passion van for hols touring europe .All i can hear is that now you know why i was taught to drive old school style ,the gearbox for slowing down ,and neutral with handbrake on at traffic lights but then at my age i remember cars with rod brakes nad horizontal two stroke diesels

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Says i laughing to myself ,yes they are easy to remove but you must lower the subframe ,although i have managed to change the clutch through a small gap by removing the engine mounts and moving the engine over a bit allowing the bell housing to swing back a bit so i can get to the clutch cover bolts ,then drop the disk which allows the cover to drop down WATCH YOU FINGERS .then refit the clutch leaving the cover bolts finger tight then the gearbox can be made to align up .then i drill a hole in the bell housing that aligns up with the clutch cover bolts which i then use a 1/4 socket set to tighten the clutch bolts through the hole .All clever stuff but this is a cowboy type job but at the end of the day it works

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  • Dave Dec 02, 2012

    Ok 1 more cheese off. the big ringed gear cable is about half inch from its mountain bracket an will not come any closer any ideas y this car has got to be my worst so far. ive never liked escorts to work pn

  • Dave Dec 02, 2012

    Ok 1 more cheese off. the big ringed gear cable is about half inch from its mountain bracket an will not come any closer any ideas y this car has got to be my worst so far. ive never liked escorts to work pn

  • Dave Dec 02, 2012

    Hate escorts mk5 an6 but dispize these freekkin trajets. any tips on y the 1 gear cable is half inch away would b magic

  • Colin Stickland
    Colin Stickland Dec 03, 2012

    try moving the gear lever arm ??on the gearbox ,,is or has the support arm bracket been fitted in the correct position ?? you have missed something ,leave it for a while have a CUPPA then go back and it will fall together ,MK3 cortinas half hour to do a clutch ,MK1 escorts another matter but easy to do once body shell around g/box bell housing knocked back a bit with a club hammer .

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SOURCE: broken control arm on a 03 hundya

Yes axle will just re insert in to the transfer case. My recommendation is to replace this stuff now since it is all apart anyways. Yes the ball joint will have to be pressed into the control arm. Some ball joints are designed that they just pull into the control arm as you tighten it.

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