Honda Accord: Countershaft Reverse Selector Hub and
3rd Gear Removal - Shafts and Clutches - Transaxle - Honda Accord MK8 2008-2012 Service ManualHonda Accord: Countershaft Reverse Selector Hub and 3rd Gear Removal

1. Install a commercially available bearing separator on 4th gear (A). Set the countershaft (B) on a press with a spacer (C) between the press and the countershaft, and remove the reverse selector hub (D).

NOTE: Some reverse selector hubs are not press-fitted, and can be removed without using the bearing separator and a press.

2. Remove the needle bearing, the set ring, the


2. Remove the needle bearing, the set ring, the 35 x 47 x 7.8 mm collar, and the 31 mm cotters.

3. Set the countershaft (A) on the press with the spacer (B) between the press and the countershaft, and remove 3rd gear (C).

4. Remove the 37 x 41 x 54.3 mm collar, 5th gear, 1st


4. Remove the 37 x 41 x 54.3 mm collar, 5th gear, 1st gear, and 2nd gear.

    Countershaft Disassembly, Inspection, and Reassembly
    1. Inspect the needle bearings for galling and rough movement. 2. Inspect the splines for excessive wear and damage. 3. Check the shaft bearing surface for scoring and excessive wear. 4. Lubr ...

    Countershaft Reverse Selector Hub and 3rd Gear Installation
    Special Tools Required Driver Handle, 40 mm I.D. 07746-0030100 1. Install 2nd gear, 1st gear, 5th gear, and the 37 x 41 x 54.3 mm collar on the countershaft. 2. Slide 3rd gear (A) over the count ...

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