I have a Kanzaki
. In replacing the shifter cable mount, I removed (by accident) the cylinder shifting mechanism from the transmission
body. I'm looking for a schematic of this assembly and guidance on reassembly.
This cylinder is located on the port side of transmission, is about 1 1/2" in diameter and is held to the transmission by 2 bolts around the frame. The cylinder has an o-ring to seal the oil
. On the outside of this cylinder is the shifter arm which is connected to the shifter cable. The arm + cylinder rotates inside the frame. On the inside of the cylinder is an offset hole about 1/4", a spring and rotating paddle mechanism.
From what I can tell, I simply put the paddle mechanism in the hole on top of the spring and insert into the housing. Am I missing any pieces or does this just float? How does this work in shifting gears? A schematic of this would be very helpful.
In removing the bracket/shifter, the oil
drained from the transmission. As I understand, the oil level is tested with the dipstick on top of the treads (not screwed in) and measure to the line on the dipstick. The housing is stamped 20/30HD. I'll replace the oil with 30HD.
Before I reassemble, I'd like to make sure I have this correct and I'm not missing any pieces. I'd hate to grind up a missing piece!
Thanks for your help,