Honda Accord: Countershaft Disassembly - Manual Transmission - Transaxle - Honda Accord MK8 2008-2012 Service ManualHonda Accord: Countershaft Disassembly

NOTE: Refer to the Exploded View in the Countershaft Reassembly, as needed, when removing components pressed onto the countershaft (see page 13-46).

1. Securely clamp the countershaft assembly In a bench vise with wood blocks.

2. Remove the special bolt (left-hand threads).


2. Remove the special bolt (left-hand threads).

3. Support the ball bearing (A) on steel blocks (B), then use a press (C) and an attachment (D) to press the countershaft out of the ball bearing.

4. Remove the 35 mm shim and the distance collar.


4. Remove the 35 mm shim and the distance collar.

5. Support 4th gear (A) on steel blocks (B), then use a press (C) and an attachment (D) to press the countershaft (E) out of 4th gear and 5th gear.



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