Removing and installing output shaft

No.

Designation

Removal

installation

1

Tab washer

1

Lever out with suitable screwdriver

Replace. Use Special Tool 9349 to press into stop.

2

Collar nut

1

Screw two M8 bolts into output flange and lock flange with suitable lever

Tighten to 100 Nm

(74 ftlb.) and lock with tab washer.

3

Output flange

1

4

Shaft seal

1

Lever out carefully with Special Tool VW 681, taking care not to damage the sealing face in the housing.

Replace. Pack space between dust lip and sealing lip with multi-purpose grease. Coat outside with a thin coat of vaseline and press in manually using Special Tool 9347 until it is seated at the snap ring. If required, apply light hammer blows to drive it in up to the stop. The sealing lip must face the snap ring.

5

Snap ring

1

Check for correct seating

6

Output shaft (with ball bearing)

1

Tighten output flange with collar nut and pull out complete with shaft.

Pack ball bearing with ap-prox. 25 grams of grease (e.g. Shell Alvania R3).

7

Round seal

1

Replace, coat lightly

No.

Designation

Removal

Installation

8

Shaft seal

1

Pull out with suitable internal puller (e. g. Kukko, No. 21/6) and puller tool VW 771/1

Replace. Pack space between dust lip and sealing lip with multi-purpose grease. Coat outside with a thin coat of vaseline and press in manually using Special Tool 9345 until it is seated against the stop. If required, apply light hammer blows to drive it in up to the stop. The sealing lip must face the ball bearing of the output shaft.

Note

The output shaft may also be removed and installed with the transmission remaining installed.

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