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Disassembly

  1. Remove drain plug and gasket from clutch housing using suitable tool, and drain gear oil.
  2. Remove filler plug and gasket from transaxle case.
  3. Remove rear housing and O-ring.

CAUTION: Remove in direction of input shaft ( ) as shown. Rear housing oil channel is inserted to input shaft center hole.

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        4.   Move the shifter lever A (1) to the 3rd gear position.

NOTE:

  • If it is not moved to the 3rd gear position, transaxle case cannot be removed from clutch housing.
  • The 3rd gear position means that shifter lever A is fully rotated clockwise and it is returned approximately 10 degrees.

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        5.   Remove 5th-reverse shift fork (1) and 5th-reverse coupling sleeve.

a. Remove retaining pin from 5th-reverse shift fork, using a suitable tool (A).

b. Press 5th-reverse shift fork, shift to 5th, and then engage it with 3rd gear.

c. Remove bolt (B).

d. Remove nut (C) and lock washer.

CAUTION:

  • Do not reuse nut.
  • Do not use an impact wrench for removal. Gears may be damaged.

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e. Remove 5th-reverse shift fork and 5th-reverse coupling sleeve from 5th-reverse synchronizer hub.

6.   Remove 5th-reverse synchronizer hub from input shaft, using a suitable tool.

CAUTION: Set claw of suitable tool to the wider side of the hub when setting the suitable tool in 5th-reverse synchronizer hub.

          7.   Remove synchronizer levers, 5th-reverse baulk ring, 5th input gear, bushing, and adapter plate from input shaft.

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        8.   Remove 5th main gear from mainshaft, using Tools.

Tool number (A): KV32300QAC ( - )

(B): KV32300QAD ( - )

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        9.   Remove position switch from transaxle case.

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10.  Remove transaxle case bolts ( ).

11.  Remove transaxle case from clutch housing.

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        12.  Remove spacer (1) and 4th main gear (2) from mainshaft.

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13. Remove 5th-reverse fork rod (1).

a. Pull 5th-reverse fork rod up until it contacts claw ( ) of reverse gear (2).

b. Press gear portion of reverse gear down, and then remove 5threverse fork rod from clutch housing.

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14.  Remove 3rd-4th fork rod assembly (1), 3rd-4th coupling sleeve (2), and input shaft assembly (3).

a. Remove 4th baulk ring, insert keys, and springs from mainshaft.

b. Pull gear of reverse gear (4) up.

c. Pull 1st-2nd fork rod (5) up, and then maintain the neutral position.

d. Remove 3rd-4th fork rod assembly, 3rd-4th coupling sleeve, and input shaft assembly from clutch housing at the same time.

15.  Remove retaining pin from 3rd-4th shift fork, using a pin punch.

16.  Remove 3rd-4th shift fork from 3rd-4th shift fork rod.

17.  Remove lock pins ( ) from clutch housing.

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18.  Remove 1st-2nd fork rod assembly (1) and mainshaft assembly (2) from clutch housing at the same time.

19.  Remove retaining pin from 1st-2nd shift fork, using suitable tool.

20.  Remove 1st-2nd shift fork from 1st-2nd shift fork rod.

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    21.  Remove retaining pin from reverse gear, using suitable tool.

    22.  Remove reverse gear from clutch housing.

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23.  Remove final drive (1) from clutch housing.

24.  Remove magnet and dowel pins (2) from clutch housing.

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25.  Remove plug (1) from clutch housing (2).

  • (C): Plug
  • (D): 15 mm (0.59 in)
  • (E): 45 mm (1.77 in)
  • (F): 95 mm (3.74 in) or more
  • (G): 4 mm (0.16 in)

a. Install suitable tool (A) and (B) to the holes of clutch housing as shown.

b. While pressing the suitable tool (A) and (B) in the direction of the arrows shown, remove plug from clutch housing.

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26.  Remove input shaft front bearing from clutch housing, using suitable tool.

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27.  Cut oil channel tube at the base.

CAUTION: Do not reuse oil channel.

NOTE: Oil channel will be removed with the mainshaft front bearing.

28.  Remove mainshaft front bearing and oil channel from clutch housing, using Tool (A).

Tool number : KV111011S0 ( - )

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29.  Remove bushings (1) from clutch housing, using suitable tool.

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30.  Remove differential side oil seals (1) from clutch housing and transaxle case, using suitable tool.

CAUTION: Do not damage transaxle case and clutch housing.

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31.  Remove differential side bearing outer races (1) from clutch housing and transaxle case, using suitable tool.

CAUTION: Do not damage transaxle case and clutch housing.

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32. Pull 2-way connector (1) straight out to remove it from air breather inner tube (2).

33. Remove air breather inner tube from transaxle case.

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34. Remove bushings (1) from transaxle case, using suitable tool.

35. Remove retaining pin ( ) from selector, using suitable tool.

36. Remove selector from control shaft.

37. Remove oil gutter from transaxle case.

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38. Remove bolt ( ), and then remove bushing, spring, and gear catch from transaxle case.

39. Remove check ball plug from transaxle case.

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40. Remove bolts ( ), and then remove control shaft (1) from transaxle case.

41. Remove O-ring from control shaft.

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42. Expand snap rings (1) and remove input shaft rear bearing and mainshaft rear bearing from transaxle case, using Tool (A).

Tool number : ST35300000 ( - )

43. Remove snap rings from transaxle case.

44. Remove check balls (2) from transaxle case.

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