We remove the gearbox when replacing the clutch discs, when dismantling the engine, and when repairing the gearbox itself
We prepare the car for the job.
We install the car on a viewing ditch or lift.
Disconnect the negative terminal of the battery.
We drain the oil from the gearbox.
Set the neutral position with the shift lever.
Remove the gear lever cover from the sunroof cover and lift the cover up the lever.
We unscrew the cap of the lever.
If it is not possible to unscrew the cap by hand, then unscrew it with sliding pliers.
We remove the gear shift lever from the gearbox upwards.
We remove the cardan transmission
Squeeze the reversing light switch pad retainer
Disconnect the wiring block from the reversing light switch
We squeeze the latch of the speed sensor pad
Disconnect the speed sensor wiring block
We unscrew the bolt nut, remove the bolt and disconnect the intake pipe from the bracket
We unscrew the two nuts securing the rear suspension support of the power unit to the cross member
We unscrew the eight nuts and remove the cross member of the rear support of the power unit
We unscrew the two bolts securing the clutch slave cylinder to the clutch housing and move the cylinder to the side
We unscrew the bolt securing the frame of the cover of the clutch release fork
Remove the clutch release fork together with the cover and frame
We unscrew the two nuts securing the gearbox to the clutch housing from below
We unscrew the two nuts securing the gearbox from above
We remove the gearbox, carefully removing the input shaft so as not to damage the clutch basket petals.
Install the gearbox in reverse order.
- nuts securing the gearbox to the clutch housing 50 - 62 Nm;
- the bolts of the clutch slave cylinder to the clutch housing 14 - 20 Nm;
- nuts of the bolts securing the intermediate support of the universal joint to the frame cross member 12 - 18 Nm.