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Such a detailed How-To! Greatly appreciated. I'll be attempting this over the weekend!
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Well, attempted this, and everything went smoothly! I attribute my success to this thread. Thank you for this how-to!
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Are these parts the same on the 2009?
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Are these parts the same on the 2009?
Yes, as far as I'm aware they're the same.

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The old breather will not come out no matter what I do. Please help!
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Just resealed mine. Super easy.took about 15-20 min

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I ordered the whole assembly and expected it to include the breather because all the pictures had one when you type that part number. It includes the bearing and seal. So I am trying to tap out the old breather so I can put it onto the new casing but it won't budge.
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Got it out. Ended up having to hammer it kind of hard used a 1/4 pin punch. And his instructions he used the same 5/32 used for the cotter pin( elastic pin).
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Got it out. Ended up having to hammer it kind of hard used a 1/4 pin punch. And his instructions he used the same 5/32 used for the cotter pin( elastic pin).
Breather took quite a bit of force to hammer out for me.
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First, thanks DB, excellent write up. I did the seal, bearing and breather repair this past weekend, and yes, "while you're in there" -- I replaced the gear oil. I paid $17 a quart for the Ford stuff. The color of the old stuff was pretty dark, and I had added about a half a quart of some 70W90 laying around to replace what was leaking out. Sorry so verbal, here is my comment -- never before had I heard what I have seen described as the whine or groan of the LSD when turning the wheel and cold. Never in 4 years of ownership, and now at 134K. Well I hear it now -- very pronounced. I am hopeful that I can find some research that informs me to replace the Ford unicorn stuff -- or just not worry about it. Again, thanks DB, at least I am not leaking everywhere!
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First, thanks DB, excellent write up. I did the seal, bearing and breather repair this past weekend, and yes, "while you're in there" -- I replaced the gear oil. I paid $17 a quart for the Ford stuff. The color of the old stuff was pretty dark, and I had added about a half a quart of some 70W90 laying around to replace what was leaking out. Sorry so verbal, here is my comment -- never before had I heard what I have seen described as the whine or groan of the LSD when turning the wheel and cold. Never in 4 years of ownership, and now at 134K. Well I hear it now -- very pronounced. I am hopeful that I can find some research that informs me to replace the Ford unicorn stuff -- or just not worry about it. Again, thanks DB, at least I am not leaking everywhere!
I used oreillys generic gear oil. A lot cheaper and as good in my opinion.

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Awesome write up sir! I feel like I can handle this job like a pro thanks to you!
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I have a slight leak and going to replace the seal, but after reading this I think I will just do the full seal, breather, bearing combo. Thanks for the great write-up! Are the part numbers still the same for Gen 2 I assume?
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I have a slight leak and going to replace the seal, but after reading this I think I will just do the full seal, breather, bearing combo. Thanks for the great write-up! Are the part numbers still the same for Gen 2 I assume?
It's the same. Job is pretty easy.
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It's the same. Job is pretty easy.
Cool, thanks. Parts are ordered and if all goes well they should will go in this weekend...
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Mission accomplished. It actually wasn't that bad and went fairly well thanks to the great info here. Much appreciated. I think it took almost 1.5 hours, and I went fairly slow and careful.

My breather was fine so I did not replace it, but I did do the bearing (even though it seemed fine as well). It seems maybe a SLIGHT improvement in shifting, but nothing as big as what some of you are reporting. But overall it does seem to be a small improvement, and no more leak

Thanks again for the great write up.

Oh, and I did have to remove the guide pin/bolt. I tried without removing it and it would not come out. I actually just loosened it some (didn't remove it all the way) and that worked.

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Originally Posted by dagrimey1 View Post
You don't need a press to remove or install this bearing. The how to explain how to do without one. Replacing that bearing made shifting a number night and day difference.

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I need help. I replaced the seal and bearing.. but it's stiffer than before and I can't push the shifter down to get into reverse! I am having trouble getting into first and second gear too! I only replaced the bearing bc of everyone saying how much better it was.. I'm wishing I only did the seal..
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Did you get it seated correctly when putting it back in? And did you put the pin back in?

I was actually going to post again today too:

Mine shifts fine and no more leak, but I am getting a bearing/whine noise, especially at higher speeds in higher gears. Any ideas? I did replace the bearing as well.
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I did put the pin in, and tried as close to the picture as I could for the bearing. Just before the inside lip. I think it might be the shifter arms might be crossed.
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I need help. I replaced the seal and bearing.. but it's stiffer than before and I can't push the shifter down to get into reverse! I am having trouble getting into first and second gear too! I only replaced the bearing bc of everyone saying how much better it was.. I'm wishing I only did the seal..
Figured it out. The plastic black clip was vertical instead of horizontal. Now it's super smooth with a new bearing and seal. Although I might go back into it to do the breather.. it's kind of stiff now.
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Anyone know the part number for the plastic clip? Or have a part diagram of this assembly? I can't seem to find it in manual transmission or transfer case etc.

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How about you don't clutter this awesome how-to and create your own thread?
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He's asking questions related to the topic of the thread.
That's what the forum is for. Be nice.
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He's asking questions related to the topic of the thread.
That's what the forum is for. Be nice.
Exactly. Heaven forbid we follow the how-to and have additional questions or some issues arise, or someone has some other helpful info to add.

Glad he figured out his issue. I definitely have a whine/gear noise now (that was not there before) and seems to be getting louder. Could I have installed the bearing too far, or not far enough? How far in should it be installed? Anything else I could have done to cause the noise?

It shifts fine into all gears and runs fine, just making a whining noise that can't be good...

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This is an awesome write-up. My 2008 MS3 (160k+) just started leaking around this area, and my local garage is estimating about $400 to repair it, all labor really. I ordered the parts from Avondale as they were the lowest cost I found and plan to do this myself soon.

My question is, before I start, how much of the trans fluid will I need to refill the case? Do I have to drain the whole case or just top it off when I am done? I called Mazda and the recommended fluid is

0000-77-5W90-QT

and it's about $15 a quart and takes 5 quarts to fill the case. I don't want to buy more than I need.

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My question is, before I start, how much of the trans fluid will I need to refill the case? Do I have to drain the whole case or just top it off when I am done? I called Mazda and the recommended fluid is

0000-77-5W90-QT

and it's about $15 a quart and takes 5 quarts to fill the case. I don't want to buy more than I need.

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You dont need to drain any gear oil. Its all from the top of the transaxle my bro. Just TAKE PICS so you know how everything goes back together!
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Cool, thanks for the reply.
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Also take your time putting it back together and putting it in.

Funny thing is, my local Mazda dealership doesn't sell the gear oil for the MS3.
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