Dismantling and assembling input shaft Tools

Tools Porsche

516-35

No.

Designation

Special tool

Order number

Explanation

1

Retainer plate

9177

000.721.917.70

2

Socket

9105

000.721.910.50

Dismantling and assembling input shaft

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911 Carrera 2 Manual Transmission - Gears, Shafts

No.

Designation

Removal

Installation

1

Collar nut

1

Undo with Special Tools 9177 and 9105

Use Special Tools 9177 and 9105. Torque: 250 Nm (183.25 ft.lb). Punch collar to lock

2

Cylindrical roller bearing

1

Press off with suitable tool (e.g. Kukko 17-1) over 2nd gear fixed wheel

Heat to approx. 120° C and press on with suitable pipe section

3

Bearing inner race

1

Press off with suitable tool (e.g. Kukko 17-1) over 2nd gear fixed wheel

Heat to approx. 120° C and prvjss on with suitable pipe section

4

Four-point bearing

1

5

Tensioning plate

1

Mount in vice (fit protective jaws), engage 5th gear, insert input shaft in selector rod / fork with dowels in place. Observe position of locks (refer to page 35 - 207)

6

Bearing inner race

1

Press off with suitable tool (e.g. Kukko 17-1)

Heat to approx. 120° C and press on with suitable pipe section

7

Thrust washer

1

Large, flat-ground side faces needle cage

8

Loose gear (4th gear)

1

Always replace as a pair

9

Synchronizing ring

1

Mark for refitting

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

10

Needle cage

1

Mark for refitting

Assemble with the same gearwheel

No.

Designation

Remove

Installation

11

Inner race

1

Heat to approx. 120° C and press into position

12

Guide sleeve

1

Remove together with selector sleeve

Selector sleeve and guide sleeve are matched, install together with selector sleeve and synchronizing parts

13

Selector sleeve (3rd and 4th gear)

1

Spring-loaded synchronizing parts may jump out. Mark for refitting

Observe assembly position, install together with guide sleeve and synchronizing parts. Always replace in pairs

14

Driver dogs

3

Install in correct position, domed side faces selector sleeve

15

Ball

3

16

Spring

3

Free length = 11.8 + 0.3 mm, wire thickness = 0.8 mm. Do not confuse with springs for 1st and 2nd gears

17

Synchronizing ring

1

Mark for refitting

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

18

Loose gear (3rd gear)

1

Always replace in pairs

19

Needle cage

1

Mark for refitting

Assemble with the same gearwheel

20

Inner race

1

Heat to approx. 120° C and press into position

21

Thrust washer (1.85 mm)

1

911 Carrera 2 Manual Transmission - Gears, Shafts

No.

Designation

Remove

Installation

22

Fixed gear (2nd gear)

1

Always replace in pairs. Collar faces spacer

23

Spacer

1

24

Cylindrical roller bearing inner race

1

Press off with suitable tool (e.g. Kukko 17-0)

Heat to approx. 120° C and press into position

25

Input shaft

1

Notes on dismantling and assembling

Dismantling

1. Mount retaining plate 9177 in vice, fit input shaft and undo collar nut with Special Tool 9105.

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2. Use a suitable tool (e.g. Kukko 17 -1) to press all parts off the input shaft over the 2nd gear wheel.

Assembling

1. Observe assembly position of selector sleeve. When assembling, the punch mark must be centered in relation to the driver dogs.

964 Gauge Plate

1 = Selector sleeve

2 = Driver dog

3 = Guide sleeve

4 = Punch mark

5 = Assembly position

911 Carrera 2 Manual Transmission - Gears, Shafts

2. To inspect the synchronizing rings, press 3. Observe assembly position of locks, rings onto the gear wheel cones and use a feeler gauge to measure gap "A".

Porsche 964 Gear Selector
518-35

160-35

1 = Selector rod 3rd/4th

3 = Selector rod 5th/R

6 = Selector rod 1/2

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