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bigjack2371
post 26th November 2017 08:54
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Hello everyone,
my faithfull 146 1.8 ts of 99 has decided it wanted it's retirement.
The gearbox failed, a hole has appeared after a loud knock.
I found a "new" box from a 1.6 146 of 98.
But I have a problem, the gearbox linkage is not the same as on mine.
I have decided to swap both parts from the old box to the new one.
The problem is I cannot find information to do this.
Each post I have read seems to show it is very simple, but facing the part, I can't understand...
Maybe I'm just not smart enough, but I did manage to get the gearbox out, so I think I just don't have the correct information...

Haas anyone ever done this ?
I have uploaded a picture of the part I want to get off.

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I may have to open the box but I'm not sure and if I can avoid it it would be nice.

Thanks for all of you that can help ...

Nicolas
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Yellow 145
post 28th November 2017 21:52
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QUOTE(bigjack2371 @ 26th November 2017 09:54) *
Hello everyone,
my faithfull 146 1.8 ts of 99 has decided it wanted it's retirement.
The gearbox failed, a hole has appeared after a loud knock.
I found a "new" box from a 1.6 146 of 98.
But I have a problem, the gearbox linkage is not the same as on mine.
I have decided to swap both parts from the old box to the new one.
The problem is I cannot find information to do this.
Each post I have read seems to show it is very simple, but facing the part, I can't understand...
Maybe I'm just not smart enough, but I did manage to get the gearbox out, so I think I just don't have the correct information...

Haas anyone ever done this ?
I have uploaded a picture of the part I want to get off.

Attached Image


Attached Image

I may have to open the box but I'm not sure and if I can avoid it it would be nice.

Thanks for all of you that can help ...

Nicolas


Hi , if you have taken the box from a 1.6 then you will need the tunnel and cables to go with the box as the 1.8 and 2.0 ltr use the rods ( I swapped my old 1.6 to a 2.0 ltr so had to swap the linkages and there is also a small mount fixing on top of the stearing rack that you will need ) so you may be better - well a lot less messing around to find and fit a 1.8 or 2.0 ltr box , I do have a spare 2.0 if you want to collect from uk ?
Good luck with it
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bigjack2371
post 29th November 2017 08:25
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Hello,
I will not be able to get the tunnel as the car has been crushed ...
I'm in france so it would be complicated to collect from uk...
I'm sure I can swap the selector if i understand how to get it off...
Regards
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Yellow 145
post 29th November 2017 20:02
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The selecter can only be removed by disassembling the gearbox and swapping out the whole assembly , having not attempting that route I cannot say that it would fit anyway ,
You would be better to get a 1.8 or 2 ltr 145 or 146 box if you can
Good luck what ever way you proceed
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