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Using the wooden handle end of a hammer, push the piston and connecting rod assembly outward until piston rings clear cylinder bore. Remove piston and connecting rod assembly through top of cylinder block.
-I don't think they carry any replacement parts for Ninja Blender.
-Possibly not the spline plastic.
-Inside on top of the motor there is a planetary gear there. Possibly worn out or lose screws as well that not hold it in place to mesh together.
-But before you can reach to these parts you have to take the bottom cover off, remove the plastic spindle. IT's very tight.
There are brass or bronze sycronizers rings for each gear that help mesh each gear when shifted. Mostly likely they are worn and may need to be replaced. I would check the gear box fluid level and the clutch fluid level also.
The spindle screw is
reverse tread and you need to turn it clockwise to loosen and counter clockwise
to tighten the screw. You can usually hold the spindle with your hand then turn
the screw clockwise to loosen the screw. Worst case scenario, carefully turn the machine upside down.
Place it on a clean supporting surface. Use a flat-head screwdriver or similar
device to remove the plastic gear cover to gain access to socket-head screw. Carefully
place the machine on its side. Attach
the spindle adapter to the motor shaft turning
the spindle adapter counter-clockwise on the shaft. NOTE: Motor shaft has a left-hand thread. Place a 7/16" open-end wrench on the flats of spindle adapter.
Insert a 3/16" hex wrench into the socket-head screw
located where the plastic gear cover was removed. Hold the hex wrench to prevent the motor shaft from turning. Turn the
wrench counter -clock wise to fasten the spindle adapter on the motor shaft. Reinstall the plastic gear cover that was removed above.
typicaly the speed sensor is on the output of the transmission. If you look near the tail cone of tranny (top and bottom all arond) you should see it. This is connected to a gear that runs on the final shaft of the tranny. sometimes the gear will go bad (plastic) but typically its the sensor.
if you trace the speedometer cable down to the back of the transmission and remove the bold that holds it on, you will find that at the end of the cable there is a small plastic gear that meshes with another gear in the transmission. after a while this gear (plastic) wears down and can no longer mesh correctly with the gear in the tranny, causing it to work erratically or not at all
my suggestion is that watever spare part u replace, get it replaced by the original manufacturer to avoid future problems. take it to the shop you have bought it from, ask them where u can get one. they may help u better with contacting the manufacturer. i know its time consuming! good luck!!
Remove the plastic faceplate from the front of the machine. There is a Singer logo button that you will have to pop out to release it, and then the lever nobs to get around to get it off. You can then access the allen screw on the top gear. Remove all the set screws on both the top and bottom gears on the vertical shaft. Put them in a safe place. The vertical shaft sits directly below the horizontal shaft, but there is some space between them and wiggle room to do the following. If the shaft does not slip down easily, use a small diameter rod or screwdriver to gently tap the vertical shaft downward until the top gear slips off the end. Remove the gear.
Shop one of your pick and pull yards for a tranny. You will diffenatly have to pull it out to fix the gear,unless it is just in the shifter which won't press the shifter fork in the transmission far enough press the 5th gear into mesh(or into gear).
Sounds more like it might be in the gear shifter. Linkage worn or stretched, or a bushing out of the linkage. Take the plastic console off and look at the action of the shifter if it has alot of freeplay when trying to put it into 5th gear I would say, Get a junk yard shifter.
If you go into transmission It has to be pulled out of car to dissassemble it and it really is a job for a transmission specialist. Get a Junk yard tranny and just replace it. They usually give a gaurantee of some sort with the tranny.
If you begin dissassembly from the tub down, you wil come to the transmission with the spindle sticking out of it. If you undo the bendable tabs all around the transmission it comes apart in two halves. Careful, its full of oil. The spindle has a plastic gear bolted to the bottom of it. It meshes with other gears in the tranny. It has sheered teath and is making the noise.