Remove the rear gearbox for repair or replacement.
We install the car on a viewing ditch or a lift.
We prepare the keys: for 16, 17, socket heads for 13, 16, 18, a wrench for wheel bolts, a mounting blade, a hammer.
Drain the oil from the rear gearbox.
Remove the breather hose from the tube of the electromagnetic clutch
Close the hole of the tube by wrapping it with a piece of insulating tape
Remove the wiring harness from the plastic holder mounted on the bracket of the front gearbox mounts
Remove the breather hose from the rear gear tube
We install under the rear gearbox, adjustable stop.
Disconnecting the wiring harness pads of the electromagnetic clutch
Disconnect the flange of the yoke of the rear propeller shaft from the flange of the electromagnetic clutch.
Removing the rear wheel drives (article - Removing and repairing the Renault Duster rear wheel drives)
With a head of 18, we unscrew the nut securing the front support to the rear subframe, holding the bolt from turning with a head of 17
Remove the bolt with an enlarged washer from the support.
Also remove the bolt from the other front support
With a head of 18, we unscrew the nut of the stud securing the gearbox to the rear support
We move the gearbox forward, removing the pin from the rear support hole, and lower the gearbox on the adjustable stop
Using a 16 spanner, unscrew the two nuts securing the front support bracket, holding the bolts with an 18 spanner
Remove the bracket with supports
Install the rear gearbox in reverse order.
Gearbox mounting torques:
- stud nut for fastening the gearbox to the rear support - 65;
- nut of the bolt for fastening the bracket of the front supports of the rear gearbox to the gearbox housing - 65;
- nut of the bolt for fastening the front support of the rear gearbox to the subframe of the rear suspension.
Pour oil into the gearbox.
Replacing the rear wheel drive oil seal
Drain the oil from the gearbox.
Removing the wheel drive (article - Removing and repairing the Renault Duster rear wheel drives)
We pry off the drive oil seal with a screwdriver and remove it from the socket in the gearbox housing.
We apply a thin layer of gear oil to the working edge of the new oil seal and press the oil seal into the rear gear case housing with a mandrel.
We install all the parts in the reverse order and fill the gearbox with oil.