Adjusting drive set frontaxle drive

Tools

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Adjusting drive set (front-axle drive) Tools

No.

Description

Special Tools

Order number

Remarks

1

Measuring mandrel

VW 385/1

2

Centering disks

VW 385/4

3

Universal gauge

VW 385/30

4

Dial gauge

-

standard

5

Dial gauge

standard Measuring range 3 mm

6

Plunger

VW 385/14

7

Dial-gauge extension

VW 385/56

8

Final dimension plate

9281

000.721.928.10

9

Dial-gauge holder

VW 387

10

Clamping sleeve

9145

000.721.914.50

11

Adjusting device

VW 521/4

12

Measuring lever

VW 388

13

Plunger

VW 388

14

Dial-gauge extension

VW 382/10

6.0 mm long

15

Dial-gauge extension

VW 385/15

9.3 mm lang

16

Retainer plate

9506

000.721.950.60

17

Socket wrench

9505

000.721.950.50

18

Torque gauge

-

standard

911 Carrera 4 Differential, Transaxle System

Adjusting drive set (front-axle drive) Practical procedure when readjusting the drive set

If it is necessary to adjust drive pinion and ring gear, following this sequence will ensure an efficient working procedure:

1. Determine total shim thickness "Stot" (Si plus S2) for specified preload of tapered-roiler bearing/differential.

2. Determine shim thickness "S3".

3. Determine bearing pressure "S4".

4. Split total shim thickness "Stot" into Si and S2 so that there is the specified circumferential backlash between ring gear and drive pinion.

The aim of this adjustment is to once again achieve the position of smoothest running which was obtained on test equipment in the production line.

A correct result presupposes greatest possible degree of cleanliness during all assembly work and measuring procedures.

It is only necessary to adjust drive pinion and ring gear or drive set when working on the final drive assembly if parts have been replaced which have direct influence on the adjustment. Refer to the following table in order to avoid unnecessary adjusting procedures.

Ring Pinion Adjustment

911 Carrera 4

Adjusting drive set (front-axle drive)

Carrera Front Differential Dismantled

E - Adjustment dimension

A correct result presupposes cleanliness and conscientiousness for all assembly operations and measuring procedures.

911 Carrera 4

Differential, Transaxle System

Adjusting drive set (front-axle drive) General

The setting of drive pinion, ring gear and bearing pressure of both tapered roller bearings on the drive pinion are determining factors for the service life and smooth running of the front-axle final drive. Drive pinion and ring gear are therefore already matched during production, which are checked for good surface appearance and low noise factor in both directions of rotation on special test equipment. The position where smoothest running is achieved is determined by shifting the drive pinion axially, whereby the ring gear is kept within the tolerance of specified backlash. Deviation "r" from the specified design dimension "Rq" is determined, added to design dimension "Ro" and embossed on the ring gear as setting value "E".

Ro = Design dimension r = Deviation r

3 = Matching number

Adjusting Non Offset Bevel Input Pinion

218-38

Adjusting drive set (front-axle drive) Adjusting drive pinion (shim S3)

Note

The setting value "E" is given on the ring gear.

2. Heat housing up to approx. 120 °C (248 °F) and pull in outer bearing races with Special Tools VW 517, VW 511 and 9502.

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216-39

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1 = Setting value "E" Note

Use shims which are 2.0 mm thick as shim thickness "S3" between front outer bearing race and housing as a starting point for the adjustment of the drive-pinion bearing.

1. Heat front drive-pinion bearing up to approx. 120 °C (248 °F) and press onto the drive pinion in the correct position.

A = Outer bearing race B = Outer bearing race C = Pressing tool VW 511 D = Pressing tool 9502 E = Threaded spindle VW 517 F = Shim "S3"

3. Insert drive pinion with spacer sleeve, heat rear drive-pinion bearing up to approx. 120°C (248 °F) and mount onto the drive pinion without shim "S4".

4. Tighten the lock nuts of drive pinion carefully up to a maximum of 100 Nm (74 ft.lb.) using Special Tools 9503 and 9505 until you reach a drag moment of 270...350 Ncm.

6. Assemble measuring mandrel with centering disk VW 385/4, plunger VW 385/14 and dial-gauge extension VW 385/15.

Homemade Pinion Ring Tightening Tool

Note

Check the moment of drag from time to time while tightening the nuts.

5. Set the adjusting ring of measuring mandrel VW 385/1 to dimension "a".

7. Set measuring mandrel with gauge 385/30 to setting value (59.22 mm in the example). Set dial gauge (3 mm measuring range) to zero with 1 mm preload.

8. Place final dimension plate 9281 onto the drive-pinion head and insert measuring mandrel into transmission case. Dial-gauge extension located in the area of the final dimension plate.

Plumbing Hand Auger

221-39

221-39

9. Fit side transmission cover without O-ring and fasten cross-wise with 4 nuts.

Note

Do not use a hammer when fitting the side transmission cover (the magnet-fitted final dimension plate may fall). Settle the cover in its installation position by tightening the nuts uniformly.

10. Pull second centering disk with spindle far enough outwards that it is just still possible to turn the measuring mandrel by hand.

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227/39

11. Turn measuring mandrel carefully until the dial-gauge extension is vertical to the facing surface of the drive-pinion head. At this point, the pointer of the dial gauge reaches maximum deflection (reversing point), at which point the dial gauge should be read.

Note

If the measured value deviates from the setting value "E" clockwise (59.22 mm in the example) then the dimension is less than 59.22 mm; that means that the value deviating from zero must be subtracted from dimension 59.22.

Example:

The small pointer on the dial gauge is pointing between 1 and 2, the large pointer indicates 0.15 mm.

Dial-gauge setting Measured value

Value towards drive pinions facing 59.07 mm

59.22 mm

Value towards drive-pinion facing - 59.07 mm

Deviation 0.15 mm

The drive pinion must therefore be shifted a further 0.15 mm away from the middle of the ring gear.

This is achieved by using a shim "S3" which is 0.15 mm thinner. At the same time, round up or down to the nearest 0.05 mm.

If the measured value deviates from setting value "E" counterclockwise (59.22 mm in the example) then the dimension is greater than 59.22 mm; that means that the value deviating from 0 must be added to dimension 59.22.

911 Carrera 4

Differential, Transaxle System

Example:

The small pointer of the dial gauge indicates between 1 and 0, the large pointer indicates 0.08 mm.

Dial-gauge setting Measured value

Value towards drive-pinion facing 59.30 mm

Value towards drive-pinion facing Setting dimension "E"(e.g.)

59.30 mm 59.22 mm

Deviation

0.08 mm

The drive pinion must therefore be shifted nearer to the middle of the ring gear by a further 0.08 mm.

This is achieved by using shim "S3" which is thicker by 0.08 mm.

At the same time, round up or down to the nearest 0.05 mm.

12. After altering shim "S3" check setting value "E" once again. A deviation of ± 0.03 mm is permitted.

Adjusting drive set (front-axle drive)

Adjusting ring gear

The ring gear must be readjusted if transmission case, side transmission cover, tapered roller bearing for differential, differential housing or drive set have been replaced.

Note

The drive pinion must be removed to determine the preload of tapered roller bearing on the differential.

1. Make sure that the outer bearing races of the tapered roller bearing are firmly secured in transmission case or side transmission cover.

2. Fit a spacer, 2 mm thick, on ring-gear side and opposite side of differential to be used.

3. Insert differential into transmission case and crank several times.

4. Install side transmission cover without seal and tighten all hexagon nuts with 23 Nm (17 ft.lb).

5. Place final dimension plate VW 385/17 on the collar of the differential.

6. Fasten universal dial-gauge holder VW 387 with dial gauge and extension to the housing and set to zero with 2 mm preload.

964 Gauge Covers
226 - 39

A = Dial-gauge extension (approx. 30...40 mm long)

7. Move differential up and down. Read backlash off dial gauge and note.

Note

Do not turn differential while measuring backlash as this will falsify the measuring result.

911 Carrera 4 Differential, Transaxle System

8. Calculate "S tot.". "S tot." = Thickness of shim provided + measured value + Pressure of tapered roller bearing

Example:

Thickness of shim provided Measured value Pressure (constant value)

5.10 mm

9. Remove differential, pull off both tapered roller bearings and split the calculated thickness of shims "S tot." as follows.

Select a spacer Si which is 0.70 mm thinner and S2 which is 0.70 mm thicker as a starting point for subsequent adjustment of the backlash.

Note

Spacers are available in thicknesses from 1.6...3.1 mm in increments of 0.10 mm.

A 0.25 mm thick shim is provided to enable the spacer thicknesses to be graded into increments of 0.05 mm.

The calculated spacer thicknesses must therefore be rounded up or down to feasible values in such a way that the total shim thickness Si and S2 is not altered.

Measure shims with a micrometer in several places. Permitted deviation 0.02 mm. Also check shims for burrs and damage.

Example:

Total thickness of spacers Si + S2 = 5.10 mm

Thickness of spacer Si = 5.10 mm

Thickness of spacer S2 = 5.10 mm

Adjusting drive set (front-axle drive) Determine bearing pressure of tapered roller bearing Note 4.

The setting value "E" must be within the tolerance of ±0.03 mm in order to determine the bearing pressure.

1. Fit drive pinion with 2.5 mm thick shim "S4", heat rear drive-pinion bearing up to approx. 120 °C (248 °F) and install.

2. Tighten lock nut with 230 Nm (169.5 ft.lb.) using Special Tools 9503 and 9505.

3. Fasten universal dial-gauge holder VW 387 to the housing and set dial gauge to 0 with 2 mm preload.

Move drive pinion in axial direction and measure backlash on dial gauge, noting the value.

Note

Do not turn drive pinion while measuring backlash as this will falsify the measured result.

5. Calculate bearing pressure.

Example:

Inserted shims 2.50 mm

Measured backlash - 0.95 mm

Axial preload (constant value - 0.15 mm

Shim "S4" 1.40 mm

6. Remove drive pinion and alter shim "S4" to the calculated value.

7. Tighten lock nut with 230 Nm (169.5 ft.lb.), check setting value "E" and moment of drag (270...350 Ncm) several times.

Backlash Value Axle
167-39

911 Carrera 4 Differential, Transaxle System

Adjusting drive set (front-axle drive)

Adjusting circumferential backlash Note

The backlash to be set is indicated on the ring gear.

1. Install drive pinion using shims "S3" and "S4" determined while adjusting the drive pinion.

Note

The collar nut for the drive pinion must always be tightened with 230 Nm (169.5 ft.lb.) before measurement.

2. Fit differential with tapered roller bearing and calculated spacers (Si + S2) into housing.

3. Fit side transmission cover and tighten all hexagon nuts with 23 Nm (17 ft.lb.).

Note

Always bear in mind that there is a certain amount of backlash when tightening the nuts. Under no circumstances may the drive pinion seize.

4. Attach measuring lever VW 388 to adjusting device VW 521/4 and set lever length to 75 mm with plunger over the large hexagon surface (refer to dimension "a" in the figure).

7. Assemble universal dial-gauge holder with flat extension in such a way as to produce a right-angle between dial-gauge axis and lever.

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8. Turn ring gear carefully with the hexagon of the adjusting device as far as the stop and set dial gauge to zero. Turn back ring gear and read off circumferential backlash. Make a note of the value.

5. Insert adjusting device into differential with clamping sleeve (Special Tool 9145) and clamp firmly.

6. Crank differential in both directions several times to settle the tapered roller bearing.

Note

Always hold the drive pinion with Special Tools 9505 and 9506 when measuring.

Pinion Angle Measuring Tool

9. Repeat measuring procedure another three times, turning the ring gear a further 90° in each case. The measured values may not deviate from one another by more than 0.05 mm.

Note

The backlash to be set is given on the ring gear. The actual value may be less than this value by 0.05 mm. Under no circumstances may the backlash be greater than this value.

10. If it is not possible to achieve the prescribed backlash, then the spacers (Si + S2) must be replaced again. At the same time, the total thickness of shim (Stot.) must not be altered.

911 Carrera 4

Final Drive, Differential

PDAS - Diagnosis (Survey)

PDAS (Porsche Dynamic All Wheel Drive Control) works in conjunction with ABS (Antiblock System). Consequently there will be overlapping in diagnosing / troubleshooting. PDAS diagnosis is filed at the end of Repair Group 45 (from page D 39/45 - 1 on) for this reason.

The "D" preceding the repair group page number stands for diagnosis. Normally all D-marked pages will be filed at the end of a corresponding Repair Group.

Survey* of Diagnosing and Installing Jobs on PDAS / ABS - Diagnosing / Troubleshooting / Installing Rep. Gr.

- Axial and lateral acceleration sensors 45

- PDAS diagnosis 45

- Hydraulics for lock operation and 47 brake booster

* Operations not listed here will be included in future supplements.

PDAS - Diagnosis (Survey)

Printed in Germany - III, 1989

Carrera 4 Table Of Contents Carrera 2 Addendum Main Menu

911Carrera2 Table of contents volume II

page

Clutch, Controls

Technical data 30 - 0201

Manual transmission, controls, case

Dismantling and assembling transmission 34-201

Removing and installing input shaft oil seal 34 -209

Dismantling and assembling tensioning plate 34 - 211

Dismantling and assembling front transmission cover 34 - 215

Dismantling and assembling gear housing 34-219

Dismantling and assembling transmission case 34 - 223

Manual transmission - gears, shafts

Dismantling and assembling input shaft 35-201

Dismantling and assembling drive pinion 35 - 209

Final drive, differential

Removing and installing differential 39-201

Dismantling and assembling differential 39 - 205

Dismantling and assembling drivetorque controlled limited slip differential for Carrera RS 39 - 210a

Dismantling and assembling limited-slip differential (locking value 40%) 39 - 21 Oi

Adjusting drive set 39 - 211

Table of contents

Printed in Germany - XX, 1993

Technical data

5 speed manual transmission (Typ G 50)

Manual Transmission G50

Type Key Equipment installed in: Model year letter

G 50/03

5 Speed

911 Carrera 2 from '90 Model worldwide except Switzerland

G 50/04

5 Speed

911 Carrera 2 Switzerland

from '90 Model

G 50/05

911 RS America

from '92 Model from '92 Model

G 50/10

5 Speed with limited slip differential

911 Carrera RS

from '92 Model

Technical data

Structure of transmission numbers

G5003

transmission type index of variations within the assembly no.

1 = normal differential

2 = ZF slip differential

05641

model year

serial no.

e.g. 05641

Porsche 964 Engine Number

502-30

Note

The model letter is omitted as of MY '92.

502-30

Technical data

General data Manual transmission G 50 / 03 / 04 / 05 /10

Transmission ratios G50/03 Z2 : Zi = i

G50/04

G50/05

G50/10

1st gear 42:12 = 3.500

41 : 13 = 3.154

42 : 12 = 3.500

41 : 13 = 3.154

2nd gear 35:17 = 2.059

36 : 19 = 1.895

35 : 17 = 2.059

36 : 19 = 1.895

3rd gear 38:27 = 1.407

36 : 27 = 1.333

38 : 27 = 1.407

38 : 27 = 1.407

4th gear 38:35 = 1.086

36 : 35 = 1.029

38 : 35 = 1.086

38 : 35 = 1.086

5th gear 33 : 38 = 0.868

33 : 38 = 0.868

33 : 38 = 0.868

33 : 38 = 0.868

Rev.gear 40:14 = 2.857

40 : 14 = 2.857

40 : 14 = 2.857

40 : 14 = 2.857

Final drive Hypoid bevel-gear drive with 16 mm offset

Transmission ratio 31:9 = 3.444 Final drive

31 : 9 = 3.4444

30 : 9 = 3.333

31:9 = 3.444

Capacity approx. 3.6 liter multigrade gear oil SAE 75 W 90 of API classification GL 5

911Carrera2 Clutch, Controls

Technical data

Tightening torques for manual transmission

Location

Thread

Tightening torques Nm

Oil drain and oil filler plug

M 22 x 1.5

30 (22 ft.lb)

Hex nut for gear housing and transmission case, side cover tensioning plate

M 8

23 (17 ft.lb)

Clamping plate at front transmission cover

M 6

10 (7.3 ft.lb)

Collar nut / input shaft

M 14x 1.5

140(103 ft.lb)

Collar nut / drive pinion

M 30 x 1.5

250 (184 ft.lb)

Hex bolt / selector fork

M 8

23 (17 ft.lb)

Backup light switch to gearbox

M 18 x 1.5

35 (26 ft.lb)

Guide tube to transmission case

M 6

10(7.3 ft.lb)

Shift gate to tensioning plate

M 6

10(7.3 ft.lb)

Collar bolt / reverse idler gear II

M 8

35 (26 ft.lb)

Breather at transmission case

M 14 x 1.5

35 (26 ft.lb)

Collar nut/ input shaft

M 30 x 1.5

250 (184 ft.lb)

Hex bolt / halfshaft flange

M 10

44 (32.5 ft.lb)

Location

Thread

Tightening torques Nm

Tension spring / speedometer sensor

M 6

10 (7.3 ft.lb)

Ring gear in differential housing (hexagon head bolt with tab washer)

M 12 X 1.25

150(111 ft.lb)

Ring gear in differential housing (Verbusrip bolt without tab washer)

M 12 X 1.25

200 (147 ft.lb)

Cover /

transmission case

M 8x30

23 (17 ft.lb)

911 Carrera 2 Manual Transmission, Controls, Case

Dismantling and assembling transmission Tools

Meritor Axle Nut Number 517
517-34

No.

Designation

Special tool

Order number

Explanation

1

Bracket

9253

000.721.925.30

2

Assembling sleeve

9255

000.721.925.50

3

Puller set

9251

000.721.925.10

4

Puller

-

-

use arms of puller 9284

5

Drift

9256

000.721.925.60

Dismantling and assembling transmission

Assembling Gearbox

911 Carrera 2 Manual Transmission, Controls, Case

No.

Designation

Removal

Installation

1

Hex screw

2

Torque: 10 Nm (7.3 ft.lb)

2

Washer

2

3

Clamping plate

1

4

Eccentric bush

1

Adjust

5

Seal

1

Replace

6

Pressure spring

1

7

Locking bush

1

8

Hex nut

10

Torque: 23 Nm (16.9 ft.lb)

9

Washer

10

10

Front transmission cover

1

11

Gasket

1

Replace

12

Collar nut

1

Block drive shaft with Special Tool 9253 and engage 5th gear

Torque: 250 Nm (183.25 ft.lb). Punch collar to lock

13

Collar nut

1

Block drive shaft with Special Tool 9253 and engage 5th gear

Torque: 140 Nm (102.6 ft.lb). Punch collar to lock

14

Thrust washer

1

15

Loose gear, reverse gear

1

Always replace as a set

16

Synchronizing ring

1

Mark for refitting

Check for wear, reassemble in correct position with the same gearwheel (cogs towards driver dogs)

17

Needle cage

18

Hex bolt

1

Torque: 23 Nm (16.9 ft.lb)

19

Washer

1

20

Bushing

1

Heat to approx. 120° C

21

Guide sleeve with selector sleeve and synchronizing parts

1

Remove together with selector fork, mark for refitting

Selector sleeve and guide sleeve are matched

No.

Designation

Removal

Installation

22

Selector fork

1

Remove together with selector sleeve and guide sleeve

Adjust

23

Synchronizing ring

1

Mark for refitting

Check for wear, assemble in correct position with the same gearwheel (cogs towards driver dogs)

24

Loose gear, 5th gear

1

Always replace in pairs

25

Needle cage

1

Mark for refitting

Assemble with the same gearwheel

26

Bearing inner race

1

Pull off with suitable claw puller

Heat to approx. 120° C

27

Fixed gear, reverse gear

1

Always replace as a set

28

Spacer

1

29

Fixed gear (5th gear)

Always replace in pairs

30

Backup light switch

1

Torque: 35 Nm (25.7 ft.lb)

31

Plunger

1

Stepped end faces switch

32

Hex nut

12

Torque: 23 Nm (16.9 ft.lb)

33

Washer

34

Bracket

1

35

Bracket

1

36

Bracket

1

37

Gear housing

1

38

Gasket

1

Replace

39

Oil delivery tube

1

Install in correct position

40

O-ring

1

Replace

41

Sleeve

1

Mark for refitting

Heat to approx. 120° C, assemble with the same gearwheel

911 Carrera 2 Manual Transmission, Controls, Case

No.

Designation

Removal

Installation

42

Thrust washer (2.8 mm)

1

43

Cylindrical roller bearing

1

Pull off with suitable claw bearing puller over 1st gear loose gear

Heat to approx. 120° C

44

Thrust washer (2.8 mm)

1

45

Loose gear, 1st gear

1

Always replace in pairs

46

Synchronizing ring

1

Mark for refitting

Check for wear, reassemble in correct position with the same gearwheel (cogs towards driver dogs)

47

Needle roller bearing

1

Mark for refitting

Assemble with the same gearwheel

48

Sleeve

1

Mark for refitting, pull off with suitable claw puller over 2nd gear loose gear

Heat to approx. 120° C, reassemble with the same gear wheel

49

Guide sleeve with selector sleeve and synchronizing parts (1st and 2nd gear)

1

Remove together with selector fork and selector rod

Always replace in pairs

50

Selector fork with selector rod

1

Selector rod in idle position, remove together with selector sleeve and guide sleeve

51

Selector rod for 5th and reverse gear

1

52

Locking dowel

1

Grease lightly and insert in selector rod

No.

Designation

Removal

Installation

53

Synchronizing ring

1

Mark for refitting

Check for wear, reassemble in correct position with the same gearwheel (cogs towards driver dogs)

54

Loose gear, 2nd gear

1

Always replace in pairs

55

Needle roller bearing

1

Mark for refitting

Reassemble with the same gearwheel

56

Sleeve

1

Mark for refitting, pull off with suitable claw puller over 3rd gear loose gear

Heat to approx. 120° C, reassemble with the same gearwheel

57

Thrust washer (1.4 mm)

1

58

Fixed gear, 3rd gear

Always replace in pairs, large collar faces thrust washer no. 57

59

Spacer

1

60

Raised countersunk head screw

2

Torque: 10 Nm (7.3 ft.lb)

61

Guide tube

1

62

Oil seal

1

Drive in to correct position using assembly sleeve 9255 and drift 9256 once gears have been fully assembled (see also page 34 - 209)

63

Hex nut

10

Torque: 23 Nm (16.9 ft.lb)

64

Tensioning plate with drive pinion and input shaft

1

65

Transmission case

1

911 Carrera 2 Manual Transmission, Controls, Case

Notes on dismantling and assembling

Dismantling Note

To facilitate assembly, the gearwheel set is not removed completely but the drive pinion is partially dismantled before removal.

1. 5. Engage 5th gear, block input shaft with Special Tool 9253 and unscrew collar nut for drive pinion and input shaft.

2. Pull off sleeve for reverse gear needle roller bearing.

Dismantling Input Shaft Carrera 996

A = Arms of puller 9284

3. Pull off bearing inner race of the input shaft cylindrical roller bearing.

Eccentric Shaft BearingsInner Axle Needle Roller Bearing
505-34

Assembling

Adjusting Set Screw Eccentric

4. Adjust the internal selector rod with eccentric bush (no. 4) by undoing the clamping plate hex screws and turning the eccentric bush so that all gears may be preselected freely without binding.

506-34

Shift Fork Rod 930 Porsche

507-34

A = Clamping plate

B = Eccentric bush

4. Adjust the internal selector rod with eccentric bush (no. 4) by undoing the clamping plate hex screws and turning the eccentric bush so that all gears may be preselected freely without binding.

507-34

3. Adjust the selector fork for 5th and reverse gear. Adjust the selector sleeve over the selector fork 5/R so that it remains centered in idle position.

527-34

A = Clamping plate

B = Eccentric bush

5. To check gear selection, engage all gears one after another. To facilitate this check, screw a long M 8 into the internal selector rod.

Assembling

1. Put the number of shims "S3" noted during disassembly or the number of shims calculated when adjusting the drive pinion on the case studs to achieve the corresponding thickness of shims.

506-34

2. Install the preassembled gear set with the internal selector rod and tighten the tensioning plate mounting nuts to 23 Nm (17 ft.lb).

911 Carrera 2 Manual Transmission, Controls, Case

Removing and installing input shaft oil seal

Removing

1. Remove engine/transmission assembly and separate transmission from engine.

2. Remove release bearing guide tube.

3. Screw Special Tool 9251 firmly into the oil seal.

4. Screw in the hex bolt and pull out oil seal.

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4. Screw in the hex bolt and pull out oil seal.

Porsche 964 Gear Selector

Note

If the helical tension spring jumps out when removing the seal, use a wire hook to pull it off the input shaft.

Installing

1. Push assembling sleeve 9255 onto the input 3. Use Special Tool 9256 to drive the oil into shaft splines. place.

Porsche 964 Engine DrawingMk3 Supra Front Lip

2. Pack the oil seal area between dust lip and 4 |nsta|| gUjde tube and tighten mounting sealing lip with grease (e.g. Silubrin screws t0 10 Nm (7.3 ft.lb).

Grease S manufactured by Kluber).

Dismantling and assembling tensioning plate

Dismantling and assembling tensioning plate

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