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How to repair transaxle on 318i bmw dr.side axle poss.sliped out dissableing trans.axle

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It should just pop out with a healthy screwdriver! But getting the new one in can be 'fun'! Make sure it goes in straight! That's the tricky part! Good luck! Frankster016

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yes, the left (driver) side pops off similar to the right side, however, it just pops off of the intermediate shaft instead of the transaxle. for some reason the first time i had tried it, it would not move. later when i tried it again it came off easily. go figure!

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Hi joserosa if this is a manual gearbox you just have to grip the gear knob and pull upwards until the gear knob is removed, the same principle is applied for a auto box but hold in the release button while removing, regards Mark.

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If its a regular rubber hose then you should not have to remove the engine they are tight but can be done without removing the engine

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