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    Do you need a linkage diagram to help see the parts etc.?


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    Looks as I am wrong. Fixing kits just have 2 balls and the inboard socket

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    That's what happened to ours. The balls looked fine so I just fitted the bush that's on the engine side. Put the bush in then put ball back into it with a bit of leverage from a flat blade screwdriver.

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    Any chance of gear linkage diagram (and any other such exploded diagrams) being made a Sticky @Activ8 ?

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    Matt, replace the bush on the engine side and snap the ball in and try it. Reckon normal service will be resumed.

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    Gear linkage diagram 1999 - 2004 :
    Manual gearbox diesel eng.+ AJT,AYY,ACV,AYC,AUF,AHY,AXG;6-cylinder+ AES
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    Manual gearbox PR-K4A/K4B/K4C:AAC,AET,APL,AVT,AEU,ABL,AJA;PR-K4E/K4D:5HB/5HC
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    F 70-Y-023 421>>
    Manual gearbox+ diesel eng./AJT,AYY,ACV,AYC,AUF,AHY,AXG 6-cylinder+ AES
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    45 or 53 is the bit I replaced. Keep one in the glove box now.

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    Ah, a drawing, so handy.
    Middle drawing:
    Part 42 has popped out, looks fine but who knows. Bet 45 is to blame.
    41 looks good as does 49. That's my confusion. 49 is a rectangular opening that has 41(round) rattling round in it. That looks bloody wrong from new. I assumed that there was something within it but by the looks of it no. Mine looks as if its cast alloy. Am I missing something?
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    41 and 42 looked ok on ours so just did 45. I compared the new balls to those on the van and couldn't see any wear. The bush 45 fell apart but the balls were still rock hard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S49 View Post
    45 or 53 is the bit I replaced. Keep one in the glove box now.
    Sound advice Si.


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