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Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 12-10-2010
SYMPTOM The 6-speed manual transmission grinds when shifting into 3rd gear, pops out of 3rd gear, or is hard to shift into 3rd gear. NOTE: These symptoms can be intermittent and sometimes more noticeable in colder climates. PROBABLE CAUSE The transmission has a faulty 3rd gear synchronizer or 3-4 shift sleeve.REPAIR PROCEDURE 1. Remove the transmission: • Refer to Section 13 of the appropriate service manual, or • Online, enter keywords MANUAL REMOVAL, and select Manual Transmission Removal (V6 engine M/T) from the list. 2. Disassemble the transmission down to the mainshaft: • Refer to Section 13 of the appropriate service manual, or • Online, enter keywords TRANSMISSION DISASSEMBLY, and select Manual Transmission Disassembly (V6 engine M/T) from the list. 3. Replace the 3rd gear set: • Refer to Section 13 of the appropriate service manual, or • Online, enter keywords M/T MAINSHAFT DIS, and select M/T Mainshaft Disassembly (V6 engine M/T) from the list. 4. Reassemble the transmission: • Refer to Section 13 of the appropriate service manual, or • Online, enter keywords TRANSMISSION REASSEMBLY, and select Manual Transmission Reassembly (V6 engine M/T) from the list. 5. Reinstall the transmission: • Refer to Section 13 of the appropriate service manual, or • Online, enter keywords MANUAL INSTALL, and select Manual Transmission Installation (V6 engine M/T)from the list.
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Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 17-08-2010
INSTALLATION NOTE: Be careful not to damage the roof and other finished surfaces of the body when installing the roof box. Do not allow the combined weight of the accessory and cargo to exceed the carrying capacity of the roof rack. An optional Honda roof rack (sold separately) is required to install the roof box. 1. With the help of an assistant, carefully place the box on the crossbars. Open the tailgate to make sure that the box is not interfering with the tailgate. ADHESIVE BACKING BRACKET B ADHESIVE BACKING PLATE ADHESIVE SEALS (4) 4615020B SMALL PAD LARGE PAD ATTACHING SURFACE 2. 3. Open the roof box. Slide the plate forward or backward until the holes in the plate are over the front roof rack crossbar. The plate is located near the front of the roof box. ROOF BOX PLATE Align the holes in the plate over the front crossbar. Attach an adhesive seal over the unsued rear mounting holes along the bottom of the roof box. The seal will help prevent water from entering the roof box. Remove the roof box from the vehicle. 4. Using isopropyl alcohol on a shop towel, clean the four brackets B where the small pads will attach. Remove the adhesive backings from the small pads and attach them to the brackets B. SMALL PAD ATTACHING SURFACE LARGE PAD 5. Using isopropyl alcohol on a shop towel, clean the four plates where the large pads will attach. Remove the adhesive backings from the large pads and attach them to the plates. Under the roof box, insert a bolt through bracket B, through the plate and into the predrilled hole in the bottom of the roof box. 8. With the help of an assistant, carefully place the box on the crossbars. Be aware of the hardware hanging from the bottom of the box.
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Filed Under (Pontiac) by admin on 31-10-2010
If the transmission jumps out of gear during deceleration, inspect the components that may allow for the gears or shafts to tip. If the gears or shafts tip, the synchronizer sleeve can disengage from the selector teeth on the speed gear. If the transmission jumps out of gear during acceleration, inspect the components that may not allow full engagement of the synchronizer sleeve to the selector teeth on the speed gear. Insufficient engagement of the selector teeth under torque may cause the transmission to jump out of gear. Test Description The numbers below refer to the step numbers on the diagnostic table. 2. A static shift test is performed by shifting into all gear positions with the engine not operating. While performing the test, slowly move the shift lever. Feel for proper movement of the shift lever and transmission internal shift components. 4. A dynamic shift test is performed by shifting into all gear positions with the engine operating. Test for the correct mesh of the synchronizers sleeve and the speed gear selector teeth. Move the shift lever, and feel for the synchronizer sleeve to release from the gear, then let up on the clutch pedal. Depress the clutch pedal and move the shift lever to engage the gear again, to ensure full travel of the shift components. 5. This step inspects for worn or damaged transmission or engine mounts. Loose mounts may cause a shock on the transmission allowing for gear disengagement. 6. This step inspects for the misalignment of the torque tube to transmission. Misalignment may put a bind on the input shaft, allowing for the input shaft or the mainshaft to tip. 8. This step inspects the pilot bearing and the pilot bearing journal on the input shaft. A worn pilot bearing or input shaft may allow the input shaft to tip, causing gear disengagement.
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Filed Under (volkswagen) by admin on 20-03-2011
Power Steering Gear Special tools, testers and auxiliary items required Hose clamps up to 25 mm dia. 3094 Torque wrench V.A.G 1331 Torque wrench V.A.G 1332 Engine/transmission jack V.A.G 1383 A with universal transmission support V.A.G 1359/2 Notes for repair work on power steering gear All work on the power steering must be carried out with utmost cleanliness. Thoroughly clean all connections and the surrounding area before disconnecting. If repairs will not be carried out immediately, place removed parts onto a clean surface and cover. Only use lint-free cloths. Only unpack replacement parts immediately prior to installation. Only use parts in their original packing. Removing Remove bolts – 1 – . Remove cover – A – . Remove bolt – 1 – from universal joint. Remove universal joint from steering gear. Clamp off hose from reservoir using hose clamps up to 25 mm dia. 3094 . Clamp off hose on power steering pump using hose clamps up to 25 mm dia. 3094 . Remove sound-deadening pan. Place drip tray underneath. . Press off tie rod from steering knuckle. A – Tie rod puller (standard), e.g. Kukko 128/2 Remove hose lines at steering gear and plug using a plastic bag and tape. Seal threaded holes on power steering gear using plastic screw plugs – 1 – and – 2 – . Remove bolts – 1 – and – 2 – . With TDI Engines Remove bracket for front exhaust pipe at subframe – arrows – and disengage. Continuation for All Support subframe using engine/transmission jack V.A.G 1383 A . Loosen bolts – 1 – . Remove bolts – 2 – and – 3 – . Lower subframe using engine/transmission jack V.A.G 1383 A . Remove bolts – 1 – for power steering gear. Remove power steering gear toward right. Installing Note: . Use new O-rings for hose/line connections. Coat seal on steering gear with lubricant, e.g. lubricating soap, before installing steering gear. After placing steering gear on to universal joint shaft, make sure that seal on steering gear makes contact on assembly plate without kinks and opening to footwell is correctly sealed. Ingress of water and/or noises may result otherwise. Make sure sealing surfaces are clean.
Filed Under (volkswagen) by admin on 27-10-2010
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 1st gear 2nd gear 3rd gear 4th gear 5th gear Transmission housing Servicing. Refer to Case, M/T. 7. Selector mechanism (Selector forks) Disassembling and assembling. Refer to Shift Fork, M/T. 8. Input gear for 1st and reverse gear 9. Input shaft Disassembling and assembling. Refer to Input Shaft. 10. Output shaft Disassembling and assembling. Refer to Output Shaft, M/T. 11. Differential Disassembling and assembling. 12. Clutch housing Servicing. Assembly Overview I – Removing and installing cover for transmission housing and 5th gear. II – Disassembling and assembling transmission housing and shift mechanism. III – Disassembling and assembling input shaft, output shaft, differential and selector forks. Transmission Housing And 5Th Gear Cover, Removing And Installing Cover 1. Bolt, 10 Nm (7 ft. lbs.) For transmission housing cover 2. Transmission housing cover Note: If the transmission cover IS removed and reinstalled with the transmission installed, check oil level as follows: Fill with oil up to lower edge of filler hole and install filler plug. Start engine, engage gear and allow transmission to turn for approx. 2 minutes. Switch off engine and top up transmission oil to lower edge of filler hole again. 3. Gasket 4. Torx socket head bolt M10, 80 Nm (59 ft. lbs.) Bolt head holds dished washer in position 5. Dished washer Installing. Refer to Case, M/T. 6. Socket head bolt, 25 Nm (18 ft. lbs.) For pivot pin to transmission housing 7. Pivot pin 8. 5th gear selector fork Disassembling and assembling Adjusting. Refer to Case, M/T. 9. 5th gear operating sleeve Installation position. Adjusting. 10. Synchronizer hub with 5th gear and synchronizing ring Disassembling and assembling 11. Needle roller bearing 12. 5th gear Installation position.
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