Just a quick note here, but it is important the keep the throwout arm and bearing rotated back towards the transmission when installing the transmission. Now place a floor jack under the transmission and jack stands under the engine with a block of wood to support them. I would install the correct fluid, see if the noise subsides, if not, ask your mechanic to inspect the issue. I plan on buying both clutch kit, flywheel, slave cylinder and rear seals since we are dismantling the car. Get all four wheels up on jack stands and make sure your Cooper is level. Pro Tip Gear oil is very foul smelling, so avoid getting it on your clothes or in your nose. The casing of the transmission makes it a little difficult to get centered exactly on the bottom of the floor jack.
After that, all that's left is to reassemble the various components of the transmission, suspension, drive axles and front subframe. You will have to contact a local machine shop for pricing. I noticed That i have a lot of space in the upper Bush of the coupling reveal. I believe it is a 4 or a 6mm allen to remove the plug. . June 21, 2014 Followup from the Pelican Staff: I don't think so.
I took it to my mechanic to demonstrate the problem. I don't have a thickness spec. The lower bushing should also come out When you remove the throwout arm from the transmission. These are all factory replacement parts and includes the most frequently replaced items. May 12, 2015 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Yes, a thin coating of Unirex S2 should be applied. Remove the 10mm nut as well as the two 14mm bolts holding the bracket to the transmission. If you are not going to replace slave cylinder install the special bleeding tool to ensure piston rod of slave does not come out while replacing clutch.
It's recommended that you have a friend help you guide the transmission off the engine and down out of the car See through 31. Rotate the arm enough for the fork to clear the input shaft and pull it down enough to allow you to access the bolts securing the input shaft seal to the transmission See and. Mechanics tell me it is the clutch. So working with a mechanic to repair. March 10, 2013 Followup from the Pelican Staff: A conversion kit should come with instruction.
And air bag light stays lit. You can hang the starter of out the way when removing the trans. The transmission makes a bearing noise. Now you will need to remove the fork on the throwout arm. Now take the new pressure plate and orient it so that the three open holes on the outside diameter fit onto the three dowel pins on the flywheel. Again, loosen them in a criss-cross pattern to relieve the torque evenly and support the flywheel as you loosen the last bolt as it is quite heavy See and.
He took me under the car and showed me there was not a spot of oil under that car in any nook or cranny. Quirky software you got here. There was plenty of oil in the transmission. This video shows how a Porsche dual-mas flywheel is checked, May put your mind at ease. Take care as you remove the old seal as the input shaft bearing retainer is directly below the seal and can be damaged easily.
There have been no leaks in the transmission and the car has been serviced regularly since I purchased it in 2005, with 43k miles. See Jared's instructions here for complete details on the replacement process. I was informed that my car received the newer getrag transmission because the midlands were discontinued in 2004 in favor of the more reliable getrag transmissions. Very common for this to take some time. I wasn't able to do, requiring me to lower the transmission out of the car and inspect to see what the problem was. Read on and we'll show you how to change it. Remove the 10mm nut as well as the two 14mm bolts holding the bracket to the transmission See and.
Figure 72 Now place the clutch disc onto the flywheel. One of the things that you want to do is purchase a complete kit that contains everything that you need for the job: all of the nuts, bolts and bushings, as this will be a huge timesaver. I found that if I used a pair of channel locks, I was able to press the fork off the throwout arm. Thread in the new Torx bolts that hold the pressure plate to the flywheel purple arrows. Thanks much January 28, 2015 Followup from the Pelican Staff: No. If the surface is heat glazed and not turned, it can begin to slip. Turning the flywheel slightly while a helper pushes on the transmission will usually allow the transmission to slide into place.
I took it to another mechanic. These bolts are typically torqued down very tight and you'll find that the flywheel will just turn as you try to loosen them with a breaker bar. Remove the eight bolts holding the flywheel on in a criss-cross pattern to relieve the torque evenly See. Use a standard screwdriver to pry the locking tab up. The first step is to remove the front bumper assembly and the front subframe.