Dismantling of the transmission. Nissan Almera (from 1995 to 1999 release)
Service of Nissan Almera from 1995 to 2000 in N15 body
1. General information
2. General requirements to car repairs
3. Operation and maintenance of the car
4. Petrol engines
5. Diesel engines
6. Transmission
6.1. Coupling
6.2. Mechanical transmission
6.2.1. General information
6.2.2. Removal and installation of the transmission
6.2.3. Dismantling of the transmission
6.2.4. Dismantling of a main shaft
6.2.5. Assembly of a main shaft
6.2.6. Dismantling of a secondary shaft
6.2.7. Assembly secondary валаф
6.2.8. Dismantling and assembly of differential
6.2.9. Assembly of the transmission
6.3. Automatic transmission
6.4. Drive of forward wheels
7. Running gear
8. Steering
9. Brake system
10. Electric equipment
11. Body
12. Appendices
13. Schemes of electric equipment
 









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6.2.3. Dismantling of the transmission


Fig. 4.8. Details of the transmission, main transfer and differential: 1 — the roller bearing; 2 — lock rings; 3 — a persistent washer;
4 — a synchronizer nave; 5 — the blocking transfer synchronizer V ring; 6 — the sliding transfer synchronizer V coupling; 7 — the leading gear wheel of the V transfer; 8 — the needle bearing; 9 — a stopper; 10 — a main shaft; 11 — the ball bearing; 12, 35 — washers; 13 — an intermediate gear wheel of a backing; 14 — an adjusting ring of an axial gap; 15 — an external ring of the bearing; 16 — a separator with conic rollers; 17 — an internal ring of the bearing; 18 — a ring; 19 — the expansion plug; 20 — the conducted gear wheel of the V transfer; 21, 27 — the blocking plugs; 22 — the conducted gear wheel of the IV transfer; 23 — the blocking transfer synchronizer IV ring; 24 — the blocking transfer synchronizer III ring; 25 — the sliding coupling of the synchronizer III and IV of transfers; 26 — the conducted gear wheel of the III transfer; 28 — the conducted gear wheel of the II transfer; 29 — the blocking transfer synchronizer II ring;
30 — the sliding coupling of the synchronizer I and II of transfers with the conducted backing gear wheel; 31 — the blocking transfer synchronizer I ring; 32 — the conducted gear wheel of the I transfer; 33 — a secondary shaft; 34 — the conic roller bearing of differential; 36 — the leading gear wheel of the drive of a speedometer;
37 — the differential case; 38 — an adjusting ring of bearings; 39 — a gear wheel of the main transfer; 40 — a pin of an axis of satellites; 41 — a washer of satellites; 42 — the satellite; 43 — a semi-axial gear wheel; 44 — a washer of semi-axial gear wheels; 45 — an axis of satellites


Fig. 4.10. Transmission case details: 1 — a stopper of a masloslivny opening; 2 — an epiploon; 3 — the backing light switch; 4 — a back cover of a case;
5 — a sealing ring; 6 — сапун;
7 — an opening stopper for filling and check of level of oil; 8 — the left half of a case (a transmission case);
9 — a bearing case cover (RS5F31A transmission); 10 — a bearing case cover (RS5F30A transmission); 11 — a drop butterdish (RS5F30A transmission); 12 — a masloslivny tube; 13 — an oil-sump tray; 14 — a drop butterdish (RS5F31A transmission); 15 — the right half of a case (a coupling case); 16 — a speedometer drive gear wheel; 17 — the switch of the alarm system of neutral situation; 18 — the plug; 19 — a protective cover


Fig. 4.11. Gear shifting mechanism details: 1 — a rod of forks; 2 — a fork of inclusion of the V transfer; 3 — a switching fork III and IV transfers; 4 — depreciation inserts; 5 — a fork of switching of I and II transfers; 6 — an arm;
7, 13, 16 — springs of clamps; 8, 11 — clamp balls; 9 — a stopper; 10 — the lever of the drive of forks; 12 — a clamp pusher; 14 — a sealing ring; 15 — an arm; 17 — a stopper;
18 — a pin; 19 — a rod; 20 — a lead; 21 — the handle; 22 — a protective cover; 23 — a spherical support of the lever of gear shifting; 24 — the gear shifting lever; 25 — the gear shifting lever plug; 26 — a flange; 27 — a damper;
28 — an arm of draft of the drive of gear shifting; 29 — a gear shifting mechanism cover; 30 — draft of the drive of gear shifting; 31 — connecting draft; 32 — the hinge


During the work be guided by fig. 4.8, 4.10, 4.11. For convenience of work put a box on a coupling case surface.

Fig. 4.12. Removal of the left part of a case of the transmission


Fig. 4.13. Removal of a main shaft with a backing gear wheel


Turn off bolts of connection of the right and left parts of a case and remove the left part of a case of the transmission, inclining it aside, opposite to differential (fig. 4.12). Remove a fork of inclusion of the V transfer. Remove the lever of the drive of forks of inclusion of transfers, a rod with forks and separate all forks. Take out a secondary shaft from a box case. Turn off bolts of fastening of a cover of the case of the bearing of a main shaft. Turn a cover on 1/4 turns counterclockwise. Remove at the same time main shaft and a gear wheel of transfer of a backing (fig. 4.13). Remove a backing gear wheel shaft. Take a spring and a ball of a clamp from a case of a box (fig. 4.14). Take out from a case differential assembled.

Fig. 4.14. Extraction of details of a clamp:
I \extraction of a spring; II \extraction of a ball



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