Toyota Corolla

1992-1998 of release

Repair and operation of the car

Toyota Corolla
+ 1. Maintenance instruction
+ 2. Maintenance
+ 3. Engines
+ 4. Cooling systems, heating
+ 5. Fuel, exhaust systems
+ 6. System of decrease in toxicity
- 7. Transmissions
   - 7.1. Mechanical transmission
      7.1.1. Specifications
      7.1.2. The switching ropes
      7.1.3. Gear shifting lever
      7.1.4. Switch of headlights of a backing
      7.1.5. Removal and installation of the transmission
      7.1.6. Transmission partition
   + 7.2. Automatic transmission
+ 8. Coupling and half shafts
+ 9. Brake system
+ 10. Suspension bracket and steering
+ 11. Body
+ 12. Electric equipment


7.1.6. Transmission partition


Elements of the mechanical transmission 1

1, 3, 9, 12. Cap
2. Transmission case
4. Oil tube of N1
5. Dish-shaped spring
6. External holder
7. Restrictive pin of inclusion
8. Spring pin
10. Oil tube of N2
11. Valve
13. Switching lever
14. Bent shaft
15. Epiploon
16. Transmission case cover

Elements of the mechanical transmission 2

1. Forward bearing of an output shaft
2. The pressurizing ring of an output shaft
3. Forward bearing of an entrance shaft
4, 6. Epiploon
5. Magnet
7. Fastening of the release bearing of coupling
8. Release bearing of coupling
9. Coupling switching off fork
10. Coupling switching off fork cover
11. Speed sensor
12. The conducted speed sensor gear wheel
13. A fixing arm / casing of the operating transmission levers
14. Differential case
15. Store
16. Dish-shaped spring
17. External path of swing of the bearing of a half shaft
18. Differential

Elements of the mechanical transmission 3

1. N3 synchronizer plug
2. N3 synchronizer coupling
3. Synchronizer ring
4. Gear wheel of the 5th transfer
5. Needle bearing
6. Washer
7. Fastening of the back bearing
8, 15, 29, 31. Cutting lock ring
9. Entrance shaft
10. Output shaft
11. Axis of an intermediate gear wheel
12. Persistent washer
13. Intermediate gear wheel of transfer of a backing
14. Arm of the lever of inclusion of transfer of a backing
16. Fork of inclusion of transfer of a backing
17. Fork of switching of N1
18. Cap
19. Spring nest
20. Spring
21. Ball
22. Axis of a fork of switching of N1
23. Axis of a fork of switching of N3
24. Fork of switching of N3
25. Tip
26. Fork of switching of N2
27. Axis of a fork of switching of N2
28. The conducted gear wheel of the 5th transfer
29, 31. Cutting lock ring
30. Springs

Partition of the mechanical transmission – very complex challenge for the simple motorist. She demands dismantling and assembly of very large number of fine details. It is necessary to maintain very precisely the mass of gaps and to change them, if necessary, establishing new washers or lock rings. Therefore if with the transmission there are problems, the simple motorist can remove and install the transmission, but its partition needs to be entrusted experts. You can buy, also, already restored transmission – look on a car market or in auto repair shops. Anyway, time and money spent for an independent partition of the transmission almost always exceed the cost of purchase of already restored unit.

Despite it, the motorist possessing the necessary equipment can carry out restoration of the transmission if he performs work consistently and accurately.

Tools which are necessary for a transmission partition include flat-nose pliers, strippers, the sliding hammer, a set of punches, the dial measuring instrument and, perhaps, a hydraulic press. Also, the big, steady desktop and a vice are necessary.

When dismantling the transmission, remember the provision of installation of all elements to make assembly more simply and more precisely. Schemes on which elements of the mechanical transmission are shown (cm are provided in the head. rice. Elements of the mechanical transmission 1, rice. Elements of the mechanical transmission 2 and rice. Elements of the mechanical transmission 3).

Before dismantling of the transmission it is desirable that you approximately knew what part of the transmission failed. Some problems can be caused by malfunctions in strictly certain areas of the transmission that can simplify considerably process of survey and replacement of faulty elements. Address subsection 1.9 for more information.