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How to dissasemble an F23 by mcguiver3
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Report this Post12-15-2014 07:31 AM Click Here to See the Profile for mcguiver3Send a Private Message to mcguiver3Edit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
I tried to search this out and found nothing.
Is there a thread on this?
I saw a video a while back but it was in German and totally useless.
Any help?
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There was a sheet floating around showing step by step instructions will see if i can find a copy for you.

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There was a sheet floating around showing step by step instructions will see if I can find a copy for you.

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Found some info on splitting the case but the bolt/cap on the bearing under the black seal is not coming loose.
Any thoughts?
is it a right or left hand thread?
Torque?
Holding the input shaft during the job?
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Originally posted by mcguiver3:

Found some info on splitting the case but the bolt/cap on the bearing under the black seal is not coming loose.
Any thoughts?
is it a right or left hand thread?
Torque?
Holding the input shaft during the job?


It's the normal thread, Left to loosen. You need put the trans in gear and lock down the input shaft with a tool. Then you will need a 3 foot breaker bar and a lot of muscle. Its a ***** .

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Any suggestions on holding the input shaft?
Don't want to bugger up the splines.
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