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shift linkage pin

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by mattd15b7, Sep 14, 2003.

  1. mattd15b7

    mattd15b7 Junior Member

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    hey guys

    i have a 92 civic hb, d15b7 with a man. trans. my air compressor is broke, and i cant the shift linkage pin out. ive tried a punch and a hammer, but it wont work, please help me.
     
  2. lsvteg94

    lsvteg94 Junior Member

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    i use a a/c compressor bolt /w a hammer, that gets them out
     
  3. RFHOMI2U

    RFHOMI2U Senior Member

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    might sound kinda stupid, but what I always use is a short 2-inch phillips head screw driver and stick it in there and whack it with a hammer really hard. It will eventually pop out through the top. Trust me, it works best. :D
     
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    evoracer03 Senior Member

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    if youre using a punch thats too small it will just spread the roll pin in the hole, its gotta be 8mm in size. ive found that a 1/4" drift(punch) and a 12 oz ball peen hammer work best. it wont just pop out, youve gotta beat it for a little while but it will go.
     
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