Have you tried PMing Ralliart3000GT?
Can you share with me the information on your second gear grind issue. I have the exact same issue.Thank You for the transmission service manual.. I just picked up my dream car for 836 dollars. One of the problems is that second gear grinds everytime. I called mitsubishi and the parts to fix it are only 90 dollars.
There's a link to download it on the first post of this thread... That's what this thread has been about for the last five years.Can you share with me the information on your second gear grind issue. I have the exact same issue.
If possible, also forward the overhaul manual for the transmission.
I've got the 92 VR4 TT
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These are the easiest awd transmissions to work on. Even the dsm transmissions are more complex to take apart and assemble.The easiest way to install the tranny is with a cherry picker attached to where the shift cable bracket is. Just jack it up slowly and keep manuvouring it as you go along. Pop out the top rubber breather and look into the hole with a light to align the input shaft splines into the clutch disk. You can get it flat against the engine in less than 5 minutes using this stratagy.
If you try to force the tranny into place you will most likely damage the pressure plate figures. This will result in a dragging clutch and 2nd gear is the most sensitive to a draging clutch. The only fix for a damaged pressure plate is a new plate. You may need to adjust your shift cables under the shift boot as well.
My experience with these trannys has proven to be opposite of yours. I think they are one of the easiest to work with. What other trannys do you have experience with out of curiousity?
Page 22-35 W6MG1 - Input shaft detailwhat page and part numbers are you refering to?
Do either exactly that or put your split bearing puller, aka clam shell, under 3rd gear and press it off only until you start to get more resistance. Then flip the assembly upside down and press the spacer ring back down on the shaft. This will make a gap big enough to allow the check ball to be removed. After the ball is ot of the way, you can press everything off....It would appear that I skipped step E on 22-36, but there did not seem to be enough room to get the bearing tool under the syncro teeth of the 4th gear. I would have had to use the teeth surfaces, and thought it would damage the teeth.