Volkswagen Golf ll, Jetta II

1983-1992 of release

Repair and car operation



Volkswagen Golf 2 / Jett 2
+ 1.1. Short technical characteristics of diesel engines
+ 2. Engine
+ 3. Power supply system
+ 4. Coupling
- 5. Transmission
   5.1. Removal and installation
   - 5.2. Four-speed transmission
      5.2.1. Technical characteristics
      - 5.2.2. Transmission dismantling
         5.2.2.1. Primary shaft
         5.2.2.2. Secondary shaft
         5.2.2.3. Synchronizer
         5.2.2.4. Differential
      5.2.3. Transmission assembly
      5.2.4. Gear shifting mechanism
   + 5.3. Five-speed transmission
   + 5.4. Type 020 four-speed transmission
   + 5.5. Type 020 five-speed transmission
   + 5.6. Automatic transmission
+ 6. Transmission
+ 7. Forward drive
+ 8. Steering
+ 9. Suspension brackets
+ 10. Brake system
+ 11. Body
+ 12. Electric equipment



5.2.2.3. Synchronizer

GENERAL INFORMATION

Installation of the sliding coupling of the synchronizer on a nave

And – dredging on shlitsa of the sliding coupling;

In – a groove for crackers on a nave

Dismantling

PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. To mark a relative positioning of a nave 20 (see fig. A secondary shaft) and the sliding coupling 21 for further assembly.
2. To remove from a nave 20 sliding coupling 21.
3. To remove springs 18 and crackers 19.

Assembly


Prevention

Nave of the synchronizer and the sliding coupling replace only in a set.

At installation of new blocking rings of the synchronizer it is recommended to replace crackers and springs. At old worn-out crackers gaps between them and grooves in blocking rings will be too great.


PERFORMANCE ORDER
1. To put on the sliding coupling 21 a nave according to earlier made labels. Thus the biggest dredging And (see fig. Installation of the sliding coupling of the synchronizer on a nave) on internal shlitsa of the sliding coupling should coincide with grooves In crackers in a nave.
2. To establish crackers 19 (see fig. Secondary shaft).
3. To establish springs 18, inserting the spring ends into crackers from the opposite sides of the synchronizer. Thus the ends of both springs should make among themselves a corner 120 °.