Take it to your local bike shop
Mostly hanging on the end of the cam shaft, but check the fuel tank.
cut it use jb weld to put back together in half
good instructions in the manual. I just removed mine to have it welded.
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1999 ford explorer 4.0 manual transmission gear shifter wont fit on shaft
Listen to your father: go to the nearest public library and get a Honda manual--it will describe everything in detail!
Remove the shifter cable and switch from the drivers side of the transmission and the seal will be driven over the small shaft and into the transmission case. The shaft is the one that the shifter cable hooked to.
any of you honda atvs or utvs that have a rubber boot on the drive shaft can get water in the engine oil through the smallest of cracks, tears, or holes in the boot. Especially if youre doing extensive travel in mud and water. If you have water in your oil thats where i'd look first( inspect the drive shaft boot)
take the cam chain cover off and the sprocket will have a little notch or mark on it make sur that is lined up with the other notch that is on the cam shaft
yes it will fit they are all the same size..... from 92-00 civics vx dx hx ex and cx trims use all the same axels be it auto or manual
I have a 2004 blazer and my manual shifter is removed by turning the hex nut just below the actual shifter clockwise. This may sound counter-intuitive as that is the direction to tighten but this spins the nut away from the shifter so the shifter is free to spin (counter-clockwise). So.... 1. Push boot around shifter down toward floorboard to expose shaft/nut coming out of tranny/gearbox 2. Turn nut clockwise to get away from shifter ( i used a small crescent ) i used a combo of 1st gear and reverse to get the right angles to fit wrench in. 3. Turn by hand the shifter (counter-clockwise) to remove. Or use pipe wrench with cloth around shifter to start the motion if stuck. Use a thick cloth to not scratch paint. 4. Nut and shifter are both free now. 5. This is also how you adjust the height of your shifter if you wish. Hope this helps
If it's automatic, through the dipstick hole & if it's manual, special bolt on transmission. (close to the drive shaft)