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Remove transfer box

Cra16v May 27, 2013

  1. Cra16v

    Cra16v New Member

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    Hi tried installing new clutch to my 2007 s3 loosens the transfer box so I could rotate it but the transfer box wouldn't seperate from the gearbox so put it all back together. After some research there's a bolt down the drive flange vag tool 1669 can anybody confirm this is correct?? Any help appreciated thanks.
     
  2. autolatry

    autolatry Active Member

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  3. Cra16v

    Cra16v New Member

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    I have seen this but noticed its in the 8L section but just want some one to confirm its the same as the 8P before I try to do it again for it to be the wrong tool thanks
     
  4. autolatry

    autolatry Active Member

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    Well spotted, I didn't notice. I am interested in the answer as well as I have a rake of parts on the way from the states and il be dropping my transfer and gearbox.
     
  5. AdriansS3

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    There is indeed a bolt down the centre of the transfer box. You need a long 1/4 inch bar and I think the bolt has a 6mm Allen key head on it
     
  6. S3Alex

    S3Alex Rarely neutral Team Ibis Audi S3

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    What parts have you got on your list...if it's OK to ask!
     
  7. autolatry

    autolatry Active Member

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    Timing chains and tensioners. Head bolts and the illusive T10068A tool.
    I already purchased the head gasket and various other seals. So I just need the tool mentioned above and crankshaft seal and I'm ready to go!! :)
     
  8. S3Alex

    S3Alex Rarely neutral Team Ibis Audi S3

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    Nice collection of parts!

    Hope what you've got planned there goes well.
     
  9. autolatry

    autolatry Active Member

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    Cheers Alex. I will be posting pics of the work (and no doubt a pic of the car on a low loader going to the garage when I fooked it up lol)

    then hopefully I can concentrate on improving the car rather than just makin it work.
    Adjustable ARB blades n suspension would be nice...... Oh and some rotors
     
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  10. autolatry

    autolatry Active Member

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    And a milltek
     

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