Audi 100

1982-1990 of release

Repair and operation of the car




Audi 100
+ 1.1. Governing bodies and devices
+ 2. Technical characteristics
+ 3. Engines
+ 4. Cooling system
+ 5. Exhaust system
+ 6. Power supply system
- 7. Transmission
   + 7.1. Coupling
   + 7.2. Mechanical drive of switching off of coupling
   + 7.3. Hydraulic drive
   - 7.4. Transmission
      + 7.4.1. Four-speed transmission of type 014
      - 7.4.2. Five-speed transmission of type 013 or 093
         7.4.2.1. Removal and installation of a transmission
         7.4.2.2. Dismantling of a transmission
         7.4.2.3. Dismantling and assembly of primary shaft
         7.4.2.4. Dismantling and assembly of a secondary shaft
         7.4.2.5. Dismantling and assembly of differential
         7.4.2.6. Assembly of a transmission
         7.4.2.7. Adjustment of the mechanism of management of gear shifting
      + 7.4.3. Five-speed transmission of types 016 and 012
      + 7.4.4. Mechanism of management of gear shifting of KP of 016 type
      + 7.4.5. Automatic transmission
   + 7.5. Drive of forward wheels
+ 8. Running gear
+ 9. Steering
+ 10. Brake system
+ 11. Body
+ 12. Electric equipment










7.4.2.3. Dismantling and assembly of primary shaft

GENERAL INFORMATION

Primary shaft of KP of 013 type

1 – needle bearing;
2 – lock ring;
3 – persistent washer;
4 – gear wheel of the 4th transfer;
5 – needle bearing of the 4th transfer;
6 – the blocking synchronizer ring;
7 – lock ring of the synchronizer;
8 – synchronizer;
9 – the blocking synchronizer ring;
10 – gear wheel of the 3rd transfer;
11 – needle bearing of the 3rd transfer;
12 – primary shaft;
13 – internal ring of the bearing;
14 – bearing;
15 – lock ring;
16 – bolt;
17 – washer;
18 – bearing;
19 – lock ring;
20 – laying;
21 – a nave with a gear wreath;
22 – the blocking ring of the synchronizer of the 5th transfer;
23 – a gear wheel of the 5th transfer with the synchronizer;
24, 25 – the needle bearing of the 5th transfer;
26 – internal ring of the needle bearing of the 5th transfer;
27 – washer;
28 – spring;
29 – coupling;
30 – cracker;
31 – nave;
32 – spring;
33 – coupling;
34 – cracker;
35 – a gear wheel of the 5th transfer with a nave

Dismantling

PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. To remove a lock ring 2 and a persistent washer 3.
2. To remove a gear wheel 4 4th transfers and the needle bearing 5, having marked it.
3. To remove a lock ring 7.
4. To mark position of the coupling and a nave of the synchronizer concerning a shaft.
5. To press the synchronizer 8 assembled with the blocking rings 6 and 9 and a gear wheel 10 3rd transfers (putting effort to a gear wheel of the 3rd transfer).
6. To remove the needle bearing 11 of a gear wheel of the 3rd transfer and to mark it.
7. To press an internal ring of the average bearing from a shaft.

Assembly

PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. To Napressovat an internal ring of the average bearing on a shaft.
2. To install the needle bearing 11 of a gear wheel of the 3rd transfer on primary shaft, previously having oiled its transmission.
3. To establish a gear wheel 10 3rd transfers.
4. To install the synchronizer 3rd and 4th of transfers assembled with the blocking rings according to earlier made tags. (Dismantling and assembly of the synchronizer are described in subsection 7.4.1.4). Thus the gap between a gear wheel of the 5th transfer and the blocking ring has to be 1,0–1,9 mm (minimum admissible gap of 0,5 mm). Otherwise the blocking ring needs to be replaced.
5. To establish a lock ring 7.
6. To install the needle bearing 5 and a gear wheel 4 4th transfers on a shaft.
7. To establish a persistent washer 3 and a lock ring 2.
8. To check by means of the probe an axial gap between a gear wheel of the 4th transfer and a persistent washer which 0,10–0,40 mm have to be. If the gap does not correspond specified, to pick up a new persistent washer 3 demanded thickness and to replace. In spare parts deliver persistent washers 3,47 thick; 3,57 and 3,67 mm.