Am changing the clutch on a mazda 626 1991 model.
have taken all parts away from the gearbox and is ready to come out,
do i undo the houseing bolts to the engine and take out gearbox that way or is there another way to do it.
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Hi im not familer with this model,but if it is a cable the adjustment will be where the cable gose into the gearbox bellhousing,if there is not a ajuster there then it could be that the clutch pedle has a ratchet that selth ajusts as the clutch wheres down wich means im sorry to say you will need a new clutch,best of luck I hope its the first one.
You'll need to either take out the transfer box or the prop shaft to the transfer box, remove the gearbox by unbolting and then you'll have access to the clutch. Make sure you have a clutch locator tool handy for the new parts to line up to make getting the gearbox back on easier
Check that the linkages are connected corectly and are not fouled stopping the gearbox going all the way into gear. Also There is a posibility that you have gotten dirt of something betweeen the bell haouing and the back of the engine or the dowels are missing. This can cause a missalignment of the front shaft of the gearbox causing the gear contact to push each other away causing it to jump out of gear.
is it manul or automatic either way you have to do the following remove prop shaft then unbolt the gearbox from engine then unbolt the gearbox mount and lower via a jack and pull back and the clutch is there in front of you six more bolts and its in your hand refitting is the reverse of removel
you will be able to doit on the ground and use good axel stands and jacks
The stud cover is the hub and you cant get it out because its pressed into the wheel bearing that it attached to the spindle,you can rent a slide hammer that bolts up to the hub and slam away,but you have to have it pressed back in. so remove the spindle mark strut holddown bolts so your alingment isnt too far off.hope this helps let me know if you need more info or diagrams have a good day DB
open your bonnet check to see @ gearbox if the-res is cable, or a cylinder, the cable is Usualyvisible on the top of the gearbox if theres a cable theres no clutch flu-edneeded. Note that your gearbox uses oil. Usualy on older models like 1989 the use a clutch cable no flu-ed needed