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jonnyqq

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after removing the clutch release lever , then the spring , there is no leak .



after removing the pressure piston and then the bearing, a steady flow of gearbox oil dripped out .
Is this normal please ? I was not expecting this from reading Clymer and from watching the video posted by Bert in Tutorial,output shaft seal replacement.

thanks for advice again gents.

John

    

ReneZ

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Can't see pictures, but sounds right to me. The gearbox oil also lubricates the pushrod bearing.


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japuentes

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Hi there
Mine did the same, think is normal.
Best regards
JAP

    

jonnyqq

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great stuff , thanks a lot , am now reassured , will continue with output shaft seal replacement.
sorry about pics , iv got a problem with this ,having uploaded a pic once i feel a total idiot for not being able to do it again so will communicate in different section of forum for advice
john

    

jonnyqq

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I have been looking through the service bulletins and interestingly found the answer to my original question. Just goes to show how useful it can be to explore the forum (No substitute for our friends advice though). Here`s the link...

http://hrsbstaff.ednet.ns.ca/bvogel/K100/download/K100-service-bulletins-and%20special-tools/21%20006%2089%20%282355%29.pdf

    

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Good job on pointing this service bulletin. cheers
I did read it but totally forgot about the implication of a bad setup of the clutch cable (I always set mine as per BMW recommendation).
I am getting old.... I cannot remember what I post.
If you read, understand and remember everything that has been written or posted on this forum, you could apply to be a K specialist at a BMW dealer.


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