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I'm replacing the clutch. I have removed all the bolts and separated the the housing slightly but cannot totally separate the two. I'm thinking I may be missing a step.


in the same area of the bolt wholes there will be dowels sometimes the gearbox just needs to be pryed to seperate also make sure the driveshafts are completely removed from the gearbox shift cables and hydraulic line is removed mountings are removed completely out of the gearbox way.sometimes the loom or water hoses routed over the gearbox can restrict and its common for the cv joint flange on the gearbox differential to hook on the metal shim plate thats sandwiched between the engine and gearbox

Mar 16, 2016 | 2002 Kia Sportage

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Vs commodore series ute manual gearebox removal 2000 model


<ol> <li>Jack car up and place on chasis stands on all 4 wheels</li> <li>remove battery</li> <li>drain transmission oil</li> <li>remove electrical coneecters on gearbox..(2 on the gearbox and 2 for oxygen connecters-remove all attachements from gearbox and zip tie wires on engine block away from the gearbox as these can get caught and split)</li> <li>using a deep 13mm socket remove exhaust flange nuts and 19mm for the mid section-pull exahust out </li> <li>Mark alignment of drive shaft in the middle where it attaches to the rear half</li> <li>Place a jack under gearbox and remove mounting plate</li> <li>remove bolts from drive shaft on gearbox end and slide spline out-no need to remove the complete drive shaft from up to the rear.Only 1/2 will do.</li> <li>Looking up from underneath there are 4 bolts holding 2 plates from the place the gear lever sticks out .remove bolts and using a flat screwdriver push locking clip out to completely free gear linkages(no need to do it from inside)</li> <li>remove slave cylinder (13mm)and zip tie it out of the way</li> <li>remove starter motor</li> <li>place a bigger trolley jack under the gearbox and undo all bell housing bolts(19mm &17mm)NOTE:you will need longer extensions for this</li> <li>put another jack under engine</li> <li>using a pry bar make a gap between geabox and engine block and with a little bit of elbow grease push gearbox out of the way</li></ol> <br /> <br />

on Aug 08, 2011 | Ford Aspire Cars & Trucks

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How to remove 1400 Nissan gearbox out


1 Remove battery earth cable.
2 Remove gear shift lever - usually just pulls out.
3 Remove starter motor.
4 Remove bolts holding prop shaft to gearbox final drive, and remove the prop shaft.
5 Remove all bolts around bell housing holding bell housing to engine.
6 Slide gearbox back to slide spigot shaft from clutch plate.
7 Slide gearbox from under vehicle.
Gearbox is now removed out.

Jan 02, 2015 | Nissan Cars & Trucks

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Steps to removing a transmission from a GMC ENVOY 2004 V6, 4WD.


Park the vehicle in a clean dry well lit place. Work with safety in mind. Its always good to take pictures as you strip the/ a assembly. Refer back to pictures if you get stuck. Dis-connect the battery. Remove the gear linkages and speedo-drive and power cables from the gearbox. Remove the starter motor. Loosen the propshaft. Mark the yokes of the propshaft- for upon installation to avoid an unbalanced propshaft. Loosen the centre bearing. Remove the propshaft. Remove the cross member underneath the gearbox if there is one. Loosen bolts around the gearbox to cylinder block. Use a gearbox jack to support the gearbox. Take the bolts out from the gearbox to cylinder block. Pull gearbox backwards. Lower the gearbox. This is pretty much the standard way of removing gearbox. Note, there might be a transfer box, normally with 2 propshafts. Mark the yokes. Remove propshafts, transfer box and then gearbox. Remember to always work safe.

Dec 19, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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How do i remove the gearbox from a hyundai atos prime automatic?


Support the engine, remove ball joints from the lower control arms, disconnect the tie rod ends, remove all cables and wiring from the box. Remove the transaxle or sub frame. Then only the gearbox can be removed.

Apr 04, 2014 | Hyundai Atos Cars & Trucks

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Clutch , presure plate and gearbox remove


You need the right equipment and knowledge to do this job there are a lot of cables wires etc that need to be removed before the gearbox can be loosened and removed.
There are also a lot of special tools required and the job is best done on a ramp or pit to gain access.
Trying to do this on the ground would be difficult and very dangerous also the engine needs to be suspended when the gearbox mounts are removed.
It is impossible to remove the clutch pressure plate, plate and hydraulic bearing on the C4 without removing the gearbox.
Take it to a garage/ clutch specialist.

Dec 26, 2013 | Citroen C4 Cars & Trucks

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How to remove the gearbox from a 1999 suzuki swift car


disconnect battery remove it & its cradle
jack it up & drain gearbox oil
remove the wheel & undo the axle nut in the centre!
[do not remove it yet]
undo the bottom control arm at its pivot point under the axle then seperate them !
pull swiftly outward to remove the drive shaft from the gearbox!
now there is the gear selector & speedo & clutchcables & starter motor to diconnect & or remove
remove gearbox mount But support the motor from underneath
undo all the bolts around the gearboxes bellhousing!
use a pry or large flat bladed screwdriver to part the gearbox from the engine & lift gearbox up & out! its very tight squeeze in there!!
Im sure now that you regret asking lol
dont forget while its out you may aswell do the clutch
good luck!
Cheers Rob.

Jul 20, 2009 | Suzuki Swift Cars & Trucks

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BEARINGS WORN IN GEARBOX


disconnect lower arms, and remove driveshafts..disconnect all wiring and remove bolts from gearbox bellhousing and remove gearbox from underneath the car

Dec 24, 2008 | 2006 Peugeot 504

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How do i remove a gearbox from a 2004 mini


I don't believe you are able to remove just the transmission , you may have to remove both as an assembly.

Dec 18, 2008 | 2004 Mini Cooper

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Whats the best way to drop the gearbox & transfer case?


remove the carpet on the floor, remove the gear shift lever as well as the 4wd shift lever, remove the drive shaft (both) remove the bell housing bolts, remove the starter, place a hydraulic lift jack below the gear box , then remove the wiring connectors , then remove the cross member , then pull the gearbox out from its positin, drop the gearbox very carefully, when gearbox is on the floor, make sure its sittin on a up right position so it dose not spoil any of the elctric connectors especially the reverse light switch...(that seems to be the easiest way to remove a manual land cruiser gearbox) hope that wil help....

Oct 25, 2008 | 2001 Toyota Land Cruiser

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