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I am replacing my Auris d4d selector seal. I have stripped everything from the shaft except the last section. Usually there is a pin holding the unit to the shaft. With this auris, there is none. There is a round bolt at the top that is painted yellow and then nothing else, no pin or bolt. Do i turn the unit or what. I need help please.

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It should be a pin with a nut on the other side that goes through the shift lever

A pic would help

what diesel is it 1.4, 2.0 or 2.2 ?

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I checked everywhere, no pin. It seems that there is thread at the bottom of the selector. I dont want to turn it as I might damage something inside. I did crank it a little but no success.

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18 hours ago, flash22 said:

It should be a pin with a nut on the other side that goes through the shift lever

A pic would help

what diesel is it 1.4, 2.0 or 2.2 ?

1129594731_c53shift.thumb.jpg.248112cba8373003031590d36123c316.jpg

Thank you for your response flash... it a 6 speed transmission 2007. 2.0ltr

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1 hour ago, flash22 said:

Wow... thanks, So basically I need to remove the 4x bolts at the top, remove the whole selector shaft to replace the seal? I almost tried pulling the selector off with a bearing puller. 

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