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8. Stake the locknut into the shaft to a depth (A) of 0.7-1.3 mm (0.03-0.05 in.) using a 3.5 mm punch (B).

Fig. 509: Staking The Locknut
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SECONDARY SHAFT DISASSEMBLY

Exploded View

NOTE:

Use a torque wrench to tighten the locknut. Do not use an impact
wrench.

The locknut has left-hand threads.

Fig. 508: Tightening Countershaft Locknut
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Fig. 510: Exploded View Of Secondary Shaft With Torque Specifications
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Special Tools Required

Wrench, 40 x 42 mm 07XAA-002010A

1. Cut the lock tab (A) off the secondary shaft locknut (B) using a chisel (C).

NOTE:

Refer to the Exploded View as needed during the following procedure.

NOTE:

Keep all of the chiseled particles out of the secondary shaft.

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Fig. 511: Cutting Locknut
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2. Place a V-block (A) on a vise (B), and put the secondary shaft (C) on the V-block and vise.

Fig. 512: Removing Locknut From Secondary Shaft
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3. Attach the wrench (40 x 42 mm) onto the 1st clutch guide, and secure the wrench (40 x 42 mm) with the

vise to hold the secondary shaft. Loosen the locknut, and remove it. Remove any burrs from splines on
the shaft and splined washer.

4. Place the idler gear (A) on press bases (B), and place a shaft protector (C) between the secondary shaft

(D) and a press to prevent damaging the secondary shaft.

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Fig. 513: Pressing Secondary Shaft Out Of Press-Fitted Bearing
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5. Support the secondary shaft with one hand, then press the secondary shaft out of the press-fitted bearing

(E). The secondary shaft will drop down after pressing it shaft out of the press-fitted bearing.

6. Remove the 1st/1st-hold clutch, 52 mm washer, thrust needle bearing, 1st gear assembly, needle bearing,

1st gear collar, thrust needle bearing, and idler gear.

7. Remove the 32 mm snap ring, and remove the 2nd clutch, splined washer, thrust needle bearing, needle

bearing, 2nd gear/park gear, and thrust needle bearing.

8. Inspect the bearings for galling and rough movement.

9. Check the shaft bearing surfaces for scoring and excessive wear, and check shaft splines for excessive

wear and damage.

10. Check the 1st gear axial clearance (see SECONDARY SHAFT 1ST GEAR AXIAL CLEARANCE

INSPECTION ), 1st gear one-way clutch (see 1ST GEAR ONE-WAY CLUTCH INSPECTION ),
and secondary shaft installation height (see SECONDARY SHAFT INSTALLATION HEIGHT
INSPECTION/ADJUSTMENT
).

SECONDARY SHAFT 1ST GEAR AXIAL CLEARANCE INSPECTION

Special Tools Required

Driver, 40 mm I.D. 07746-0030100

Attachment, 30 mm I.D. 07746-0030300

1. Install the idler gear (A), thrust needle bearing (B), 1st gear collar (C), needle bearing (D), 1st gear

assembly (E), thrust needle bearing (F), the original thickness 52 mm washer (G), and 1st/1st-hold clutch
(H) on the secondary shaft (I). Install the idler gear and 52 mm washer in the direction shown. Do not
install the O-rings during inspection.

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