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Old 24th July 2015, 08:58   #101
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How come threads like these aren't sticky?
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no idea mate. ive asked numerous time now and no response
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Hi, my son and I have just changed his clutch using your guide, it was so helpful, much easier to follow than the Haynes manual! We'd like to say thanks for saving us loads of pennies, but we have a small problem...... We got it all back together, but when we came to put the battery back on, have found a thick cable coming off it with a long bolt attached to it by a spade connector with a nut on top of it. It obviously needs to be screwed in somewhere, but we can't figure out where. Any chance you might know? (the other wire from the negative battery lead is an earth which is bolted to the bodywork). We can't finish the job until we figure this out, so hope you can help.
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Hi, my son and I have just changed his clutch using your guide, it was so helpful, much easier to follow than the Haynes manual! We'd like to say thanks for saving us loads of pennies, but we have a small problem...... We got it all back together, but when we came to put the battery back on, have found a thick cable coming off it with a long bolt attached to it by a spade connector with a nut on top of it. It obviously needs to be screwed in somewhere, but we can't figure out where. Any chance you might know? (the other wire from the negative battery lead is an earth which is bolted to the bodywork). We can't finish the job until we figure this out, so hope you can help.
forgot to say, its the negative terminal connection, which has two cables coming off it, one earth to the body work, and one which we don't know.
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Old 5th April 2017, 01:05   #105
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other goes to the gearbox i think
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Yeah bolts on top of gearbox. You should be able to see the hole with a thread in it.
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Old 9th October 2022, 15:50   #107
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Great guide, managed to get the box off will be going back on with a new clutch and release bearing later this week.

I did struggle to get the gearbox to come off due to the mount bolt not having enough clearance in the mount bushing hole.

I ended up removing the 3 bolts (13mm) holding it to the gearbox, a little wiggling got the plate out and then the box just slid out.

Cheers again.
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