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Author Subject: Gearbox Mount FAQ
Welly Forum Admin

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Post #1
PLEASE DO NOT POST

Thank you

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Posted 15th Jun 2006 at 04:20
Welly Forum Admin

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Post #2
Right
First things first,

Park the car some where, where its not going to get in the way..

Some where with enough space both sides, And out the way of any kids


First up remove the battery,
Undo these 10mm bolts


Remove the battery, and your looking at these.
Undo all 4 (13mm)

If you have a strut brace now is the time to remove it. Remember to put the bolts back in again


Next up remove the Ecu cover, Pull up the silver lever/bar and pull loom off


With the battery box outta the way, there is a plate underneath, 4 bolts hold that in place.

Undo them, 13mm again


PUT A JACK UNDER THE SUMP TO TAKE THE WEIGHT OF THE ENGINE

Next up remove the top mount, undo the big 19mm nut and washer.

Then the 2 3mm nuts either side and remove the rubber buffer


Et volia.
replace the buffer mount and put it all back together again.
Remember to add the washer Big grin

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Posted 15th Jun 2006 at 04:25
budsowna

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Registered: 13 Mar 2005

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Post #3
thanks for this Welly, i'll get mine done now!

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Posted 16th Jun 2006 at 01:22

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