Get new master and slave cylinders. New rear brake pads, rotors, and sensors have been installed by the seller. Does anyone have any isdeas on this? I used a 13mm bolt from the old Trans and it fit nicely into the cross member. The manual sunroof is pictured both open and closed in the gallery below. Photo Courtesy Metric Mechanic There is one other important difference. Notice that there is a capped off nipple on the automatic res. Here is the link: The seller had swapped this engine into a 325i with manual transmission.
Although it is not a good solution, you can also get some brass fittings from your local hardware store and clamp the hoses together yourself. It is moved by the shifter to select either first or second gear. You may also want to consider using a differential geared for the manual transmission. Photo of hard-Line Step 5: Center Console removal, Reverse lights, Cruise Control Wiring A. The upper hose you can get from any auto part store, just look for a long radiator hose with a 90-degree bend.
Shifter Removal: Hop in the car and pull out the shifter console. Now start taking off the rubber to get to the ecu so u can loosen that rubber hose of wire near the engine. It should be checked for level and changed as per the vehicles service manual. This part will probably take you a while. Your starter is aligned with this and will grind on the flywheel. Over 81k kilometers ~51k miles are shown on the 6-digit odometer, approximately 18k of which were added by the seller.
Note: Be sure the car is solid before you go under there last thing we need is a crushed melon. So, I could probably get away with reusing my setup. Could I turn my flywheel to balance it and take a couple of pounds off it and use it with an M3 clutch? Originally offered as part of their 330i 6-speed conversion, it measures at the correct length for use with the M3 6-speed transmission. You should purchase the rubber gasket that keeps the water out as well. Pictured are the differences that you can see. The linkage is not interchangeable between the two types, so make sure to get the linkage that matches your transmission and car. Remember to be easy on the clutch for about 500 miles and to bleed it properly.
Notice the ring on the crank you will see a Notch in back of the flywheel make sure you mark up the hole and get it back in there. Our swap Viet and I took roughly 7 hours not including pedal installation and removal of the manual parts from the donor. It is the version of the flywheel that the starter interfaces with in order to start the car. Once its up there, its really hard to get in a 10mm wrench. An oil cooler is also a good idea if you are going to track the car, oil temps get to about 240+ degrees if you drive your car hard enough.
You will need a long socket Extension and E —Torx sockets 14, 12, and 10. Make sure to get a driveshaft that matches your new transmission too. You can also get an M Coupe rear diff cover. It was much easier with the engine up on an engine stand. .
One of the oil pickup tube bolts was a little tough to access, taking it out and putting it back in. Remove the 4 13mm nuts on the firewall and 1 13mm Bolt up top holding the pedal in place. Unique hands free locking nozzle. Now, I am wondering about which alternator to use. After having some issues, had to figure out the neutral safety and reverse light wiring, so I gutted the auto console piece and figure it out. In this case there is only about 5mm of clearance. I purchased an E34 oil pan and pickup tube and pickup tube gasket from my friend Mike.
Plug the now-open connector to the clutch switch that you have installed. Reusing the old parts is iffy at best. Execution and performance most definitely nod towards the more potent and professionally upgraded E46, but on sheer price per pound-foot, this one has to go to the E30. Body is fair with normal e30 rust at front fenders. Auto transmission removal: First disconnect the shift linkage that connects to the throttle body. Try to do 3 at a Time then lift the rear end to spin the driveshaft to get the last 3. Push up on the center bearing bearing side up.
These cars are not that hard to work on. This way I do not have to worry about matching up an M3 transmission with the drive shaft in my car. The same goes for the mounts, giubo, and center support bearing. The starter has two torx bits with 17mm maybe 15mm nuts behind them. They all have a similar external shift linkage. Lubrication System: The oil pan has to be out of an M50 powered E34 525I.