If yours does the same you have the shifter in backwards. Once removed, replace driveshaft insert nut, if you plan on doing that seal if not go ahead and remove old driveshaft and rebuild second half with manual driveshaft piece, or go ahead and replace the whole shaft with the manual one if you went that route. Go ahead and install the transmission back onto the engine. Everything does pretty much bolt right in. You are going from automatic to dual clutch auto? And I already have all my auto crap out. Remove the 2x brackets that hold the Plastic Splashguard one is 10mm and other is 13mm 5. Grab point is up high and it loves to be in a particular spot for good engagements.
I will edited the guide with all my information tomorrow. The Harness will plug and play no problem, wiring will need to be done for the Clutch switch module only as the reverse light switch comes with the harness. So you've already got a 3. Once you have the Windows 7 virtual machine up and running go ahead and start inpa to make sure your connection is good should read battery okay with a filled in dot reference: 42. As any racer will tell you, exit speed will make a big difference in your lap times. Shift on my fellow bimmer drivers 2007 335i Sedan 6-Speed Manual Swapped! Once you have the wiring done now it's time for the programming! I hope you got a deal on the parts because it's cheaper to just buy the car with the right transmission. Hardly anything by modern turbo standards.
Install manual single or dual mass flywheel to engine with pilot bearing Be sure to use Red thread locker on these bolts!! Be sure to double check length based on what diff you have. I will update this thread as I obtain the parts and do the prerequisite work. Well Worth if you don't want oil leaking onto your clutch and flywheel. The E46 and E90 M3's are always slightly edgy, very stiffly sprung, and have boomy motors with little power low down. I am doing something along the lines of this however I need a little insight on the following, hopefully someone on here can assist me.
While removing trans, have a friend or another person or you, whichever go ahead and remove the driveshaft rear end from the diff 50mm axel nut wrench 22. Sure, it always will be. Install manual single or dual mass flywheel to engine with pilot bearing Be sure to use Red thread locker on these bolts!! It was awesome, I knew I needed to have one. Heater Return line, same thing as well, but this is just a rubber hose that will need to be plugged, as this is where the heat exchanger was plugged into. Got all the rest of the parts, after doing some research I decided to go with manual harness instead of wiring as there are some proprietary connectors involved. Look at the realoem diagrams for each of the items to obtain the part number and cross-reference the number on ecstuning or another part site.
I am curious to know which is which, I have attached the diagram. These are not things you can really say are true of an M3. There's a control on the bottom of the seat where you can fill them or deflate them, they go from comfy cruiser to gripping you in place with the push of a button. I also decided to go with a Spec Stage 1 clutch with a Spec Single Mass Aluminum Flywheel. For the other side by the master cylinder where the clutch switch module hangs out you can either use a computer fan connector or get this connector for the clutch switch module part number provided by CeeWhizzle, thanks man! And they don't stick too well. I will upload some pics this week and next. Best of luck man, keep us updated! Install clutch and pressure plate using alignment tool 28.
Manual shifts like butter and I love how precise you need to be with the clutch and how heavy the clutch feels. Route hose for clutch line through firewall, cut nipple to break reservoir be sure to drain a little fluid out of the reservoir, so you don't spill break fluid when cutting the nipple for the clutch line off as it's location is near the bottom of the reservoir. I will upload some pics this week and next. I started last weekend, got stuck on the pilot bearing shaft as I didn't realize this piece is actually pressed into the stock dual mass, because I was a little confused about the pilot bearing. It is then ready to be install in your car. There aren't a whole lot of off-the-shelf parts for them yet.
Remove fastener attaching brace to chassis 4x 13mm 15. The other issue is heat buildup. I don't mind it as i've gotten used to it already lmao. Fill transmission with fluid if you haven't already done so. Unless you have custom body work, single turbo or something prohibiting the sale of the car I would just go that route. Route hose for clutch line through firewall, cut nipple to break reservoir be sure to drain a little fluid out of the reservoir, so you don't spill break fluid when cutting the nipple for the clutch line off as it's location is near the bottom of the reservoir. Install clutch and pressure plate using alignment tool be sure to use some red loctite when bolting in the flywheel bolts, no need for that to vibrate back out of it's place haha.
Also got the fittings I need and caps to plug those coolant hoses once atf cooler is removed. For the car to start and the reverse lights to work you have to splice a few wires at the shifter assembly and run leads down to the reverse light switch on the manual transmission. Will be needed to torque down the flywheel. Carthrottle: So Cliff, what do you drive? Also got the fittings I need and caps to plug those coolant hoses once atf cooler is removed. Removal automatic flywheel from engine.
Remove upper most bolt on the bellhousing 1x E14 use a flex head socket to reach tight spots next to firewall 12. Also the catalytic converter has a different mounting bracket on an automatic so when you do the swap you lose that mount. Once bellhousing bolts are install, reconnect driveshaft from manual car. Definitely would suggest to anyone who wants some good motoring back into an excellent European sports car. Remove Plastic Splashguard covers underneath car 8mm 3. Figured I might as well put something nice in here rather than the used clutch and dual mass I received with the transmission. From my research, the clutch module has 12v in, ground, 1.