Dismantling and assembling gear selecting system

37- 116 37 10 37 Dismantling and assembling gear selecting system

Printed in Germany - V, 1994

NO.

Designation

Removal

Installation

1

Release button

1

Screw off manually

Must return to home position automatically after it has been actuated

2

Selector knob

1

Pull off manually

Push up to stop in correct position. Twist lock must engage in cutout in selector lever

3

Shroud

1

Can only be removed from below with the center console removed

4

Cover

1

5

Hexagon head screw

2

Tighten to 2.5 Nm (2 ft lb)

6

Sleeve

2

7

Switch plate

1

8

Plug

1

9

Tensioning sleeve

1

Drive out using Special Tool 9542

Bore of driver and relay shaft must match

10

Deflection lever

1

11

Seal

1

12

Rubber mount

1

13

Selector lever

1

Shift into manual speed selection gate

14

Driver

1

15

Hex socket head bolt

2

Tighten to 6.5 Nm

16

Shift-Lock

1

17

Plug

1

18

Cover

1

19

Gasket

1

20

Housing

1

Note

Coat all sliding surfaces with low-temperature grease (e.g. Shell S 6508)

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Notes on assembly: Note

Change from "D" to "M" and from "M" to "D". Stright-line movement without catching must be possible. In addition, there may be up to 0.4 mm play on the selector lever in the + and - direction with "M" selected. Adjustments can be made using the selector lever reset switch (see exploded drawing, item 7).

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