Question about Cars & Trucks
If it is a diesel engine then the flywheel may have the timing injection mark in the front of the flywheel facing a hole and pointer in the bell housing . This will require that the fly wheel bolt holes will be slightly off and will require you to turn the flywheel hole by hole until the bolts all screw in finger tight.. If you are asking how long should the job take 4 to 6 hours in a well equipped shop.
Posted on Mar 21, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Look up Euro Car Parts, they have outlets over most of GB. As for the cost. I can not shed any light on that but you should be alright at Euro.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
you'll need to bleed the hydrolic clutch theres a bleeder cockpit looks like a grease fitting on the transmission. have someone help you for this. have one perdon press the pedal down 3 times and hold it while you loosen the fitting and close it. do this till all air is out of the line remeber to keep filling fluid as you do this. good luck to you.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
you surprise me,these vehicles are bullet proof under normal circumstances and yes the syncros can wear out like any make of vehicle ,but this old grandad who passed his test in a viva with no syncro on first gear ,and passed his hgv on a vehicle with no syncros at all was taught to drive in a different era and rule one was neutral and handbrake on when stopped ,not holding it on a hill by slipping the clutch ,secondly to not put a vehicle in first gear whilst moving ,well it wouldnt go anyway ,double the clutch between gears so as to reduce the wear on the syncros and gears .not to ride the clutch between changing gears and also change down using double the clutch to save the brakes and stop vehicle slipping or skidding on a wet road ,not fly up to a roundabout ,slam on brakes force it into first gear at 30 mph then try to imitate evil kenival by going around on two wheels .This sort of driving will only damage the gearbox like syncros and clutches not lasting very long .
Posted on Jul 03, 2010
It is hydraulic. Are you engaging 2nd gear prior to reverse to slow gear motion and ease reverse effort? Is the engine idle speed with specs?
Posted on Sep 18, 2012
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