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Help Sererating Engine And Transmission

HI GUYS,

I REMOVED FOUR NUT TO SEPERATE THE G50 TRANSMISSION BUT IT STILL WILL NOT SEPERATE. I CAN MOVE THE UNITS APART 1/4 INCH BUT THEN THE UNITS SNAP BACK TOGETHER.

AM I MISSING SOMETHING?

I'D APRECIATE SOME HELP SINCE I SPENT MOST THE DAY ON THIS ONE ISSUE.

I DO NOT WANT TO FORCE THE UNITS APART WITHOUT CHECKING WITH THE EXPERTS FIRST.

THANKS.

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Porsche uses a pull-type pressure plate/TO bearing. The fork has to be released from the bearing. I've never done a G50 specifically, but I'm sure it's similar to the 930. The actuating lever nees to be removed allowing the fork-shaft to rotate away from the slotting bearing. There is an inspection port at the top of the bell housing to line this up when re-installing.
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yes you need to remove the small rubber plug one the side of the release lever pivot and remove the lever pivot pin from the transaxle. just thread a small bolt into the pin and pull on that. i think the thread pitch is 6x1.0mm but don't quote me on that.

release fork stays with the throwout bearing on the clutch when you separate the drivetrain....
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thanks for the help. I'll check my 930 manuals again for this information. I'll get back to the project after my daughter's birthday party. Thanks again guys.

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