can't be done without dropping subframe
To remove gearbox Renault megane 1.6, one needs to first and foremost remove the gearframe from the system. Then reboot the engine and make sure that the gearframe is replaced.
It is done by removing the engine and the gear box through the top. Removing the gearbox from the bottom is much more difficult.
There are many ways to remove an engine some come out through the top, some from the bottom, some with the gearbox attached, and some split from the gearbox. Quoting a specific make and model would get you a more detailed answer
You have to remove the engine and gearbox. you will need a engine crane. Once you have the engine and box out, remove gearbox from engine and replace clutch, Refit gearbox to engine, put engine and gearbox back in car. Easy job if you have access to a engine crane.
No, There's Note Enough Room In The Engine Compartment To Remove It From Above Although If You Have A Ramp And A Crane You Can Drop It From The Bottom, But This Is Not Advised. Just Remove Gearbox First And The Engine Will Come Out The Top Easily With Enough Fiddling Etc And Obvisiously With The Help Of A Engine Lift.
Remove with gearbox and suspension. Split off theengine from the subframe and gearbox. A northstar engine in an eldorado or Seville can be removed in four hrs.
To remove the gearbox from a Volkswagen Polo the engine must be hoisted out of the car. Several of the engine components must be removed including the exhaust manifold and clutch lines. The gearbox is held on by several large bolts to the engine.
easier to do with gearbox still in place :)
You'll have to remove dipstick tube first and then push broken dipstick out from the bottom side up. Before removal of the tube clean surroundings to avoid dirt from getting into engine.
there isn't a drain plug, you will have to remove the bottom hose
It is located at the backside of the motor block. You will need to a mirror to see it less to remove the engine.
Yes. You remove both engine and transaxle with the sub-frame at the same time out the bottom.
it is not too bad remove the gearbox then remove the engine mounting bolts and the fuel pipes unbolt the front prop-shaft unplug the engine wirering connection then comes out the same way down as the gearbox it will take about 5 hours tops
The sub frame does not need to come off in order to remove the gearbox. The gearbox can be removed by removing the engine.
No. You can remove the clutch and gearbox with the engine in-situ.
To replace the clutch on a 106 you will need to remove the air box, battery, wheels and starter motor and disconnect the gear linkages. Before you remove the drive shafts drain the gearbox vie a 3/4 square drive plug located on the bottom of the gearbox (then remove the shafts). After this you will need to support the engine and remove the engine mount from the gearbox. Once this is done the electrical cables connectors and associated clips will have to removed from the gearbox. Once you are sure that there is nothing left fastened to the box remove the gearbox bolts including the bolt located under the engine that secures the front pipe to the engine/gearbox. The gearbox should then be removed by sliding it slightly to the N/S of the car to extract the input shaft from the crank and then lowering to the floor, The clutch is then visible and can be replaced ensuring that the clutch is tightened evenly and properly aligned using the appropriate aligning tool (sometimes supplied with the new clutch). Before refitting the gearbox it is always worth replacing the driveshaft oil seals on the gearbox as these can be a pain if they leak once the job is complete. Refit the box and reassemble the components in reverse order remembering to refill the box with fresh gearbox oil
Its bad news mate definetly not for the faint hearted, you need to remove the subframe from the bottom and drop the complete engine and gearbox from there sounds simple ? not really nuts and bolts are put in the most awkwerd places, if you got air con it gets even more fun. i just changed a clutch on one and its been a somewot of a nightmare, we did try to lift from the top as this can be acheived but it turned easyer to go down. once you got there the rest is simple as far as changing the gearbox is concerned. sorry to be the bearer of bad news mate but i just had to do it my self jason
The engine is removed out the bottom. You lower the engine and transmission out the bottom at the same time.
Through the bottom
Remove driveshafts (drain oil), undo linkage and electrical connections, undo support under battery, undo bolts to engine, remove gearbox from underneath.
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remove the bottom cover on the centre consol , in front of the cigarette lighter
Drain Engine oil Jack up and support car Remove front wheels Remove under pan Remove front inner wheel arches Remove sub frame side supports Remove front subframe Support cooling system with straps remove RH half shaft bearing support bolts Remove dip Stick Remove all sump to block bolts and sump to gearbox bolts.