Honda Accord: Bearing Removal - Transmission Housing - Transaxle - Honda Accord MK8 2008-2012 Service ManualHonda Accord: Bearing Removal

Special Tools Required

•Attachment, 78x80 mm 07NAD-PX40100

-Driver Handle, 15 x 135L 07749-0010000

-Bearing Driver Attachment, 42 x 47 07746-0010300

1. Remove the idler gear shaft (see page 14-297) when removing the mainshaft bearing and the idler gear shaft bearing.

NOTE: If you are only removing the countershaft bearing, the idler gear shaft removal is not needed.

2. To remove the mainshaft bearing and the countershaft bearing from the transmission housing, expand each snap ring using snap ring pliers, then drive the bearing out using the driver handle and the 78 x 80 mm attachment.

NOTE: Do not remove the snap ring i m i w ? ifc necessary to clean the grooves in the transmission housing.

3. To remove the secondary shaft bearing and the idler


3. To remove the secondary shaft bearing and the idler gear shaft bearing, expand each snap ring using snap ring pliers, then drive the bearing out using the driver handle and the 42 x 47 mm bearing driver attachment.

Bearing Installation


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