Removing the Transaxle is easy, the best thing to get is one of the Haynes manuals - I just put a clutch in my son's 626 this past weekend -
1 raise the front end of the car and remove the tires and disconnect the battery.
2. have someone stand on the brakes and remove the center nut out of the wheel
3. Remove the steering joint, if done correctly no harm will come to it.
4. Disconnect the front struts from the front hub assembly
5. Remove the Cross member on the Driver's side of the vehicle.
6. You should be able to twist the front end to a point to where the axel will come out of the front end - take a pry bar and put it in between the transaxel and axel and pop out the other end, cover both ends with a plastic bag or greasy rag to keep dirt and moisture off of it.
7. Repeat 2-4 on the passenger side.
8. There are some brackets on the back side of the engine that need to be removed prior to removing the axel on the passenger side. Again cover both ends.
9 place a jack under the transmission and disconnect the mounting brackets.
10. Remove all the bolts around the bell housing - to include removing the starter and disconnecting the clutch cable or slave cylinder.
11. place the pry bar between the engine and the bell housing and carefully separate the two - at this point you should be able to slowly lower the tranny and slide it out from under the car.
I may have skipped a few parts but this is what I remember I did to replace the clutch.
where is the transmission shift solenoid located on a 2001 Mazda protege
The signs of a bad transmission in a Mazda might include hard shifting or a refusal to shift into certain gears. A revving of the motor during the shift can also be a sign of a bad transmission.
its inside the transmission by the oil pan
To remove the shift knob on a '95 Mazda MX-3 just twist the knob itself counter clockwise until it comes off!
you dont have to but it makes it a lot easier.
It is bolted into the valve body in the transmission. You will have to remove the transmission pan that is bolted to the bottom of the transmission to service the shift solenoids.
On the top of the transmission, with a harness headed to it, should be about 3 bolts to take off, then valve comes off... shift solenoids are in there
Where is the transmisson range sensorat on a 2001mazda626 lx
It is bolted into the transmission valve body. You will have to remove the transmission pan to get to them.
what are you wanting to take the transmission out completely or what?
You can remove the linkage from the shifter to the transmission and manually shift transmission.
I assume it is a stick-shift? The transmission will have a plug located on the side, where you can add fluid, if needed.
The shift solenoids are located inside the transmission and you have to drain and remove the transmission pan to access them.
yes of coarse u dumbie
it maybe the alternator... warranty will cover you
It's pressed on or or is threaded clockwise, depending on whether your truck came with the Mitsubishi or Mazda transmission. Try turning it counter-clockwise with a decent amount of force.
It is on the valve body inside of the transmission. Remove the transmission pan and you will see it.
First remove the shift knob pattern (it can be pried out with a small screw driver). Next remove the alignment pin with a pair of pliers. Then the shift knob can be unscrewed.
I believe it is called the speed sensor.
Shift linakge out of adjustment or transmission needs a rebuild
All of the shift linkage should be internal. You will have to remove transmission, split the transmission in two to access the linkage.
Escort doesn't have a gear shift cable. It has a gear shift rod. To remove it: Remove the shift control rod nut and bolt Take off the shift knob. Remove the console. Remove the shift boot. Pry out the shifter spring. Lift the shift ever out of the housing. Take the nuts that hold the shift housing on the end of the extension bar. Take the extension bar from the transaxle, lower the shift housiing and take the shift control rod from the transmission.
There is 3 of them that is bolted to the valve body in the transmission. You will have to remove transmission pan to service them.
They are inside of the transmission, Remove the trans. pan off the bottom of the transmission. And you will see them.
Right behind the battery. Right side. Beside the transmission. Follow your hand down in the hole and you can feel it