Pathfinder Manual Transmission Rebuild Page 10
Put together the Transmission in my 1994 Nissan Pathfinder.
But first, lets pay some bills:
I pull the old seal with the seal puller.
I grease up the new seal so it will go in easily.
And I hammer in the new seal, with a jar lid and a piece of wood.
Oh, OK. I remember what this is now. That is why I labeled it "WTF".
This is the retaining pin that holds in the striking arm. Obviously.
I pulled the old seal with this hooked seal puller. Funny looking, but useful.
Like who? Shut up!
A little grease on the seal, then a lid of a jar, a piece of wood, and a hammer,
and I seat the seal nicely.
I used a giant socket and extension as a bearing driver.
A little gear oil, a socket as a driver, and a hammer, and the bearing is seated.
I sealed the transmission case halves with Permatex Ultimate Grey.
Permatex Moto Seal Ultimate Grey has been very good to me.
Hey Permatex, I accept free tubes of your products. And T Shirts, XL.
Interlock stopper, with o- ring installed, above.
On the plastic bag are the check ball plug, check spring, and check ball.
The washer is just a washer.
Interlock stopper assembled with grease holding in the spring and ball.
- Installation? Yeah, the reverse of removal. You gotta get that factory service manual.
- Next I sold out to make 02¢
so I can fulfill my lifelong dream of owning a 1986 944 with blown head gaskets.
But no minivans!
- Then I finished my beer.
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