We disassemble the gear selection mechanism when the mechanism parts are worn
Details of the gear selection mechanism
To remove the mechanism, set the gear selector lever to neutral.
With a 10 key, unscrew the three nuts securing the mechanism body
Removing the mechanism from the gearbox
The connection of the mechanism with the box is sealed with a gasket
Mark the relative position of the guide plate, washers and the body of the mechanism with a felt-tip pen
With a 10 key, unscrew the nut of the bolt securing the guide plate and washers to the body, holding it with another key from turning
Remove the bottom washer of the guide plate
We take out one guide bar with two springs and remove the guide plate from the lower end of the lever.
Remove the top washer of the guide plate
Using a thin screwdriver, remove the rubber rings sealing the bolts from the grooves in the body
Remove the gear selector housing
Remove the bottom gasket of the ball joint housing
Slide the cover off the gearbox control drive rod
We support the flange of the ball joint on the vise jaws.
With a sharp downward movement, pull off the drive rod and the rod joint housing from the shank of the gear selection lever, overcoming the resistance of the retaining ring.
Removing the pressure plate
Removing the flange
Remove the upper body gasket
Pry on with a screwdriver and remove the retaining ring
Remove the O-ring
Remove the spherical support washer
Disconnect the lever and the ball joint housing
Remove the spring from the drive rod joint housing
Removing the rubber case cover
We take out the pivot axle from the holes in the drive rod fork
Removing the case
Plastic bushings are installed in the holes of the thrust fork.
To replace the drive rod clamp, unscrew the tie bolt and move the clamp
If we install a clamp, then it must be oriented on the traction so that the clamp pin goes into the slot of the traction
We remove the cover from the traction.
Putting the switching mechanism in reverse order