• Always wear protective eye wear when using compressed air. Otherwise, dirt particles blown off by compressed air could get into the eyes.
1.Clean the outside of the transaxle using steam and/or degreaser before disassembly.
2.To prevent dust penetration into the transaxle, perform the disassembly in a dust free environment.
3.Clean the disassembled parts using degreaser and dry them using compressed air.
4.Clean the oil holes and oil grooves using compressed air and verify that they are not plugged.
5.Always wear protective eye wear when using compressed air.
6.When disassembling a connecting part of a light-alloy part for the transaxle case, use a plastic hammer.
7.Organize and store the disassembled parts to protect them from dirt.
8.If using a vise, always secure the component using an aluminum plate to prevent component damage.
9.Disassemble while verifying damage, cracks, deformation, scratches, and the assembly condition of each part.
1.Thoroughly wash the exterior of the transaxle using steam or degreaser before disassembly.
2.Clean the removed parts using degreaser and dry them using compressed air. Clean the oil holes and oil passages using compressed air.
1.Before assembly, verify that each part is clean and dried.
2.Apply a sufficient amount of the specified oil (SAE 75W-80, API service GL-4) to moving parts and sliding surfaces when performing assembly.
3.For parts such as gaskets, springs, or pins which are designated for replacement with every disassembly, always use a new part.
4.Clean off remaining silicone sealant before applying new silicone sealant.
5.After applying silicone sealant, install the transaxle case before the applied silicone sealant starts to harden, and wait for 30 min or more before adding oil.
6.When using a vise, always secure the component using an aluminum plate to prevent component damage.