Clutch change / gearbox removal

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Clutch change / gearbox removal

Postby spike10000 » Fri Jan 27, 2017 8:44 am

Hello fellas,

So it turns out my clutch on my T2 gave up the ghost on Tuesday morning, so i'm in the process of removing the transaxle to swap in a new one. I've had a search around here, but couldn't find much in the way of tips and tricks for a quick and easy removal of the box. I usually always work to a workshop manual for any of my cars, but I don't happen to have one for my City.

Any pointers would be well appreciated. i.e. what's suspension bits should be unbolted, and what's best left alone.

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Re: Clutch change / gearbox removal

Postby James » Sat Jan 28, 2017 6:34 am

I can probably post a copy of the relevant pages from my Civic workshop manual if you like?

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Re: Clutch change / gearbox removal

Postby spike10000 » Sun Jan 29, 2017 8:54 pm

Would be welcomed James! I've got the shafts out yesterday, now need to take a closer look at how the box pops off and what needs to be unhooked

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Re: Clutch change / gearbox removal

Postby James » Mon Jan 30, 2017 8:01 am

Hope this helps, click for a larger version.

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Re: Clutch change / gearbox removal

Postby spike10000 » Mon Jan 30, 2017 3:05 pm

Hugely helpful, thanks! I am perplexed why you need to remove the engine mount bolts, though i'm sure i'll discover why. I was also sus on whether it was OK to remove the cross member without supporting the engine first, which I now have the answer to.


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