Question about Saturn SL1
You can try tightening the nut.But if the nut is got worn out or internal thread of nuts are rubbed then it will not get tight.In that case it has to be replaced. you need a thin walled deep socket to get to the nut.The cost of nut is $5. Use the 23mm socket and torque the input shaft nut to 111 lbs. You can immobilize the shaft by sticking a phillips screwdriver into one of the holes on the side of the 1st gear clutch pack and wedging it against the output shaft gear. Read this procedure as follows:---- Just click on the link below and follow the instructions mentioned in the link:----- http://technoanswers.blogspot.com/2011/01/saturn-car-input-shaft-nut-tightening.html ------------------ This should help.Thanks.Helpmech.
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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