It's been a few years since I've done this but I can give you a general idea. (I put over 250K miles on my samurai, my kid put over 180K on his, and I used to work on other friends' samurais as well, so I've pulled transmissions and transfer cases probably a dozen or more times.) The transfer case shifter is easier to remove than the transmission, if I remember correctly. But do you even really need to remove the shifter at all? If you are removing the transfer case in order to pull back the transmission to do a clutch job, for example, you probably don't need to pull the transfer case shifter...you can unscrew the shifter knob, unscrew the bolts around the rubber shield, and pull the rubber shield up off the transfer case shifter. At that point you can probably unbolt and remove the transfer case from under the car...3 (14mm?) bolts hold the transfer case to the frame, but of course you would have to remove the 3 driveshafts (4 bolts each on flanges) first. Unplug the electrical wiring to the transfer case (lights up the 4WD light inside) and you can just drop the case itself. BUT, if you REALLY want to remove the transfer shifter, unscrew the shifter knob, unbolt the rubber shield, pull that up off the knob, There are 3 small bolts holding the base of the shifter onto the transmission case. Take them out and the shifter should pull out I may be confusing the transmission shifter with the transfer case shifter. Both start out the same way, but ONE of them(transfer case) you have to push down on the shifter and twist it maybe a 1/4 turn, to the left I think....that will release it and then it pulls right out. It's a lot easier to remove it than when working backwards and putting it back in...getting it lined up, pushed down, and twisted can be a bit of a handful at times, but keep working at it and you can get it done. One other VERY COMMON shifting thing(transmission)...there is a small 10mm bolt with a narrowed tip,(also known as gear locator) that bolts through the flange on the transmission shifter housing, from the back. The narrow tip fits into a groove on the ball at the bottom of the transmission shifter. WHEN (notice I say WHEN and not IF) the tip of this bolt breaks, your transmission shifter will wiggle like crazy...floping around all over the place, making it just about impossible to figure out what gear it is in as it flops all over in EVERY gear. It is a VERY easy fix. remove the bolt I described. Either buy the real replacement from Suzuki or one of the aftermarket Suzuki places, or, take a new 10mm bolt(10x18.4) , and grind the threads off the last 1/4 inch of it so it has a narrow tip that will fit in the shifter groove. Bolt it back in and you're on your way. Note if the tip of the original broke all the way off it might have dropped all the way down into your transmission. Do you feel lucky? In a perfect world if the tip is missing you should probably pull the transmission apart, find it, and remove it before it breaks gears. But the gasket kit for the transmission was about $250 last time I bought one...so I would probably let it go. But then when I had Samurais there were still a lot of them around, so worse comes to worse I'd hit the junkyard and buy replacement used components. Now they are harder to find so you may want to take a more conservative approach. Sammy's are GREAT! Put a 4:1 transfer case kit in em, rebuild the axles with Geo Tracker center sections, and add a locker: That's how mine was eventually setup, running 31" tires on stock rims, with a homemade 3" body lift so everything would clear. I'd air the tires down to about 8psi and the little thing would go ANYWHERE. It was just a pain keeping it CA Smog legal. Have fun, hope this rambling helped.
No, the transfer case 'Shifter Sheet' (not seat) is changed by removing the shifter from the inside of the vehicle. I recommend you get a manual and learn how to remove the shifter. Several are available for free download. It has been a while but from memory I can say that the rubber boot inside is pulled up followed bu the shifter rubber dust boot underneath, then you can push down on the retainer that is around the shifter and give it a 1/4 twist CCW to get it off, the shifter should pop out by pulling up on it. As I recall the knob has to be removed to replace the 'Sheet'.
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the pin is broke inside the shifter case. put it in neutral, if possible, and unbolt the 4 bolts holding the case in place. it should take a 12mm. once you remove the shifter, the little pin inside the shifter case should be wiggly. just replace it. i did it when i was 12
I just did this in my '86 because the transfer case would not shift I had to remove the shifter and realign the two shifting rods inside to get it out of neutral. Pull the shifter boot off the floor. Pull up the transfer case boot under the floor boot. remove the shifter by using a couple of screwdrivers to push down on the ring around the shifter at the bottom and turn CCW (1/4 turn), this will release the spring loaded catches that hold the shifter in (don't worry you will not lose anything). When you extract the shifter you will see the 'ball' on the shift lever, the shifter sheet is what this ball sits on inside the transfer case. It is a cupped shaped piece of plastic like nylon and is often long ago disintegrated and missing, if not, pull it out and put in the new urethane or brass sheet and put everything back together. Hints: be sure to eliminate any burrs on the shifting ball that will cause premature failure of the sheet by filing them off.
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i think you mean the front drive shaft flange. Unbolt it with a large impact. i think its a 22mm but that's just off the top of my head so don't quote me on that.
With a lot of gun powder and a short fuse. That always works quickly, with less labor and no tools.
Remove the access plate on the floor to expose the trans. disconnect the transfer case shifter as 2 of it's bolts are shared with the shifter on the trans. The bracket is held on to the 2 left hand shifter bolts and will have nuts on the top to remove, it is not possible to just move it out of the way without removing the other 2 bracket bolts further down on the trans. Then remove the 4 retaining bolts on the top of the shifter and pull it out.
Remove the shifter knob. Remove the shifting linkage. Remove the shifter retaining bolt. Reverse the process to install the new shifter.
Get a flat head screwdriver and pry it out. Slowly work your way around its circumference, it should pop out after halfway.
Remove the dash. It bolted to the firewall directly behind/above the glove box.
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remove access plate on floor around shifter, 4 bolts hold the shifter onto the trans.
Remove shift release button off the top of the shifter, inside there is a small snap ring. Remove the snap ring and lift the shifter knob off.
The throwout bearing is located in the bell housing of the transmission. You will need to remove the transmission from the engine block in order to access the throwout bearing.I highly recommend all Suzuki Samurai owners download a FREE copy of the factory Suzuki shop manual from the Suzuki Download Archive at http://www.suzukiinfo.com/ Did I mention these are FREE?Another rich resource for Suzuki owners is the Zukikrawlers forum at http://www.zukikrawlers.com/ The good folks that live at this Suzuki site are the world's friendliest and most helpful. Try 'em - you'll want to move there! :-) zn
You will need to remove the boot and such to get to the base of the shifter. I have a 1990 and I had to remove 3 star bolts/screws on the base of the shifter. Once removed, the lever assembly pulled right out.
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in between the carb and valve cover in the intake . sticking straight up with one hose on it .it screws into the intake . have fun. they can be fun to remove.
i guess your talking about a top loader remove the boot then remove the cover and you will find a pin holding the shifter to the trans. take a punch or pliers to remove the pin takes about 3min.
Been a while, but don't you Take the boot off inside to get to the shifter. It either has a locking ring that holds the shifter in or 4 bolts holding the shifter in. In either case, remove it and the shifter pulls out.
there is a clip on the front of the shifter. pull this out and the outer part of the shifter will come off. next remove the center console. then you can get to the 4 bolts that hold the shifter in place.