Question about BMW 528
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Pertaining to disengaging the pull-type clutch from a 6 speed transmission:
Remove the rubber access plug from the front/bottom of the bellhousing. Insert a long flat head screwdriver into the opening to reach the pull collar at the pressure plate. Once behind the collar, twist the flat head screwdriver to pop the collar off the pressure plate.
ANY other method of removal will damage the ring and or the pressure plate.
Be certain during reassembly that you do NOT hit these components or damage may occur.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
if it is the original motor, it will be a 7 bolt. 6 bolts are from the earlier motors (like 89-94). you can check the oil pan to be sure.
Posted on Feb 16, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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