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Shift Linkage Roll Pin

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by kingwilly, May 26, 2003.

  1. kingwilly

    kingwilly Senior Member

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    how do i get that roll pin out of the shift linkage/i been hittin with a punch and hammer but its not movin..help
     
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    E_SolSi Member of the 20 nut club Moderator VIP

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    spray it with some PBblaster or some other sit and find a flat ended bolt or punch that covers the whole pin but fits in the hole then hit it with a hammer..... you dont want something with a taper
    good luck
     
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    thanks..ill try that
     
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    kingwilly Senior Member

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    its not movin for shit...can i drill it out and get another pin??
     
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    eg6h8k Junior Member

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    naw dont..just spray alot of wd-40 and wait a little...i did a swap and mine didnt come out that easily..it took me like an hour under the car...but it will come out w. the right punch and some time..if all else fails i guess drilling would be next..heating it up works too..
     
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    pills_PMD Super Moderator

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    get the proper size punch and dont be a pussy when you hit it.
     
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    just thought i'd re-iterate this thought as it is true.
     
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    lol..ya you were right..i lubed it up then pounded it a little harder..had to get mean on that shit..
     
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    hope you didn't bend the shift shaft.. If you get a heavy hammer up on top of the shaft to back it up, the pin comes out a lot easier.
     
  10. kingwilly

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    i used an 8mm punch and hammer worked like magic...hehe..no bends here brother
     
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    xj0hnx I wanna be sedated VIP

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    Amazing how easy stuff is with the right tools,huh?
     
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    ya it definatly helps
     
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