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1993 Honda Prelude Transmission Removal & Installation

1) Disconnect negative battery cable and ground strap at transaxle. Disconnect positive battery cable. Remove battery and battery base. Remove drain plug, and drain transaxle fluid (remove fill plug to speed draining). Install drain plug with NEW washer, and tighten plug to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS TABLE at the end of this article.
2) Disconnect wiring for starter motor, transaxle lock-up control solenoid and shift control solenoid. Remove starter. Disconnect mainshaft and countershaft speed sensor connectors. Remove complete air cleaner case assembly. Disconnect and remove throttle control cable at transaxle bracket.
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Mazda RX-2 / RX-3 Clymer Manual Chapter 9 Transmission

The RX-2 and RX-3 are available in the United Stales with a 4-speed manual transmission or a 3-speed automatic. This chapter contains removal and repair procedures for the manual transmission, as well as testing and adjustment procedures for the automatic. Specifications are given in Table 1 (end of chapter).
MANUAL TRANSMISSION
The manual transmission consists of clutch housing, transmission case, and rear extension. Figure 1 (next page) shows the case and rear extension. Figure 2 (page 155) shows the shifting mechanism.
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AX15 5 Speed Transmission Retro-Fit For The AX5 4 Cyl. 5 Speed Ext. Slave

This kit is designed to fit the 1995 and newer AX15 transmission. Earlier model transmissions can use a stock pilot bushing, one with a .590″ I.D. We recommend that the stock flywheel be removed and resurfaced at a machine shop. A new clutch disc and release bearing has been provided in this kit. A new pressure plate is also recommended before installing your new transmission. We offer a Centerforce pressure plate, Part No. CF361914. Before disposing of the old AX5 transmission, you will need to retain the shifter housing from that transmission. You will also be using the stock 4 cylinder bellhousing and stock release arm and crossmember mount.
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Audi TT Coupe 2000-2004, Audi TT Roadster 2001-2004 – 5 6 Spd. Manual Transmission 02M All Wheel Drive

Installing
- Pull clutch pedal into passenger compartment.
- Insert over-center spring into rear mounting first (arrow B), then operate clutch pedal until the retaining clamp seats on the mounting lug of the clutch pedal (arrow A).
- Take out retaining clamp while bringing clutch pedal to rest position.
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2000/2001 Audi S4 Quattro Overview

The Audi S4 Quattro will be in the show rooms this winter or early spring. It may be considered a 2001 model. This windshield has top molding that is of a water-diverting style. It may have to be replaced with the glass. This vehicle requires high-modulus urethane.
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A Tutorial on TEM Transmission Lines

The concept of TEM transmission lines has been a distinct element of electronics engineering for well over 70 years [1, 2]. The term TEM (Transverse ElectroMagnetic [3], also known as Transverse Electric and Magnetic [4]) refers to a condition in which both the electric and magnetic fields are parallel to a boundary plane [5] and there are no longitudial components of either field.
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Gear Selection for Audi 6sp Manual Transmission

This document is intended as an update towards the progress of our project group in ME344-Machine Design on the manual transmission design project. Our rst assignment was to project values for the spacing between the in- put/mainshafts and the countershaft ( c ), as well as the diametrical pitch for the gears ( P ). With these values set as variables, we were able to determine the diameter of each of the twelve gears ( d 1 ; d 2 ::: ), and number of teeth per gear ( N 1 ; N 2 ; ::: ). All of the calculations were assuming the design to be of spur gears, and were to be calculated based o given information from project state- ment (ie. with particular interest to desired gear ratios for selected speed of transmission).
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Synthetic Manual Transmission & Transaxle Gear Lube

AMSOIL Synthetic Manual Transmission and Transaxle Gear Lube (MTG) is a premium blend of the finest synthetic base oils and advanced, high-performance additives. It is formulated specifically for maximum protection in the most demanding manual transmission and transaxle applications where an extreme pressure GL-4 gear lube is specified, including those where high horsepower/high torque engines and towing or heavy loads increase transmission stress.
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OPEL Zafira Engine transmission Installation instruction

Installation instructionZF Trading GmbH Obere Weiden 12 97424 Schweinfurt Germany © by ZF Trading GmbH 0032004_OSOPE019 OPEL Zafira Engine transmission Removing and fitting/replacing manual transmission. Remove: Lift vehicle. Remove lower engine cover. Dismount front exhaust tube Remove catalytic converter. Dismount central silencer. Remove water tank cover. Remove water tank insulation. (see Fig.1) Align engine/gearbox unit by means of holding devices. Remove front axle body Have steering wheel engage in straight position. Unscrew clamping joint. Detach intermediate spindle. (see Fig.2) Remove battery. Remove battery holder. Vehicles with petrol engine Disconnect lambda sensor connector. (see Fig.3) Secure radiator against falling down by Fig. 2 1 Clamping joint. Fig. 3 1 Lambda sensor connector. Fig. 4 1 Wire. No. Special tool Parts number Footnote Engine transmission 1 Engine support MKM-833-1 2 Adapter plate. MKM-883-2 3 Holding device(s) KM-909-B 4 Holding device(s) KM-6001-A Clutch 1 Blocking tool KM-652 2 Centering mandrel KM-734 F17 gearbox 3
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2001 – 2002 GL1800/GL1800A Rear Tire Inspection Service Bulletin

This service campaign includes all 2001 GL1800 Gold Wing models and certain 2002 models. A small percentage of the original equipment rear tires installed on these models could have been damaged during the factory assembly process. As a result, the tire bead may not seal properly against the rim. This condition will allow slightly faster than normal air pressure loss. An under inflated tire may cause abnormal wear patterns and can overheat the tire causing the tread to crack. Normally, tires in good condition may lose one to two psi per month if not checked and adjusted regularly.
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