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vor 1 Minute schrieb djrer:

hello everybody i'm french 1.4 tdi ATL

 

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how to pull out this case
once take off take off
it is blocked by the flywhee

 

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the case is all free but i can pull out

i can turn move i dont want broke enything

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There is a gap in the flywheel, so can reach the bolt. You also need a special tool. Something like this: Steckeinsatz SW 5 T10058.

 

It is an allen key size 5 with a round head.

Edited by DerWeißeA2

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its ok for that.

all the screws are removed

 

the oil block moves. It blocks at the flywheel

i can up down turn the block but 2cm at flywheel is blocked

i think we can dislabed the block oil whitout remouve gearbox

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You have to turn the flywheel maybe 30 degrees from the position you removed the screws.

Try it in 2 stages.

First you can pull out the oil block in front (or backside)of the car and then you turn the flywhell back to remove te oil block completely.

It works.

In the next stage be very carefull to remove the plastic protection. It breaks very easy.

Good luck.

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i'm blocked at 2 arrow green

i tried turn the flywheel for to remove i tried front and backside

 

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The flywheel has one position with a little gap.

Turn the flywheel and watch it with a lamp.

This gap allows you to remove the oil block.

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Here is a picture of the flywheel position where dismantle of oil sump is possible.

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