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· RoastBeefCurtain Commando
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Ok , I was working off the TRSM instructions and I got the sensors off and got the mount off. I am stuck at the step where it says to remove the propeller shaft? Is that how you remove the Driveshaft? It doesnt really go into detail as to how to get it off and where and what it is. lol. I guess a special tool is needed? Said something about that?

I know this might sound dumb, but this is my 1st RWD tranny drop. lol
 

· RoastBeefCurtain Commando
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ok thanks. I didnt see that last night. Everything looked like slip fitted. So Im sure I missed something.
Thanks. Ill check it out tonight when I get home

BTW i already got that mount/DS loop off. So the tranny is sitting down in the back a little. I just didnt see where to unbolt the driveshaft at.
 

· RoastBeefCurtain Commando
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Ian333 said:
i'll warn you, if you leave the tranny tail end down with the DS removed after about 3 days all of the oil will probably leak out, make sure you have some extra tranny oil. and it makes quite a mess too.

I figured Id have to remove the tranny fluid anyway. So I did.. . Damn instructions. lol
But I put the jack under it to hold it up for now because I didnt like it hanging like that.
 

· RoastBeefCurtain Commando
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I dont think it is rod knock . I knew the clutch was on its way out and figured the knocking was something that came of the disc and is tapping around.

Which is why I am pulling the tranny right now. ..If it is that. I have to replace the clutch anyway. So might as well start off with the easy work first.

I got the driveshaft off and the covers off and the mounts off and the sensors and all the shit , and removed the clutch fork.
Only thing left to do is unbolt the Pressure plate somehow and drop the tranny.
I am doing this in between other things I have going on in life. So its taking a little longer. A little here and a little there. Hopefully I can get it done this weekend
 

· RoastBeefCurtain Commando
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OK. so I should be able to get enuff leverage to hold onto the Crank pulley and undo the PP at the same time then?
I am assuming I will have to get on the PP bolts with a ratcheting wrench? Or can I get a socket in there?

Thanks for the heads up guys. I kinda took it as far as I knew and didnt look too much further yet.
 
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