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jefferyz

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914 transaxle
Posted: Feb 22, 2002 10:50 AM
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914 transaxle Jef Zelko jefferyz j.zelko@att.net
I have a 914 transaxle on a replica car I own and I had the speedometer cable assembly break off the housing at the end of the transmission. It left a gaping hole which I have since had repaired. When I removed the housing to have the assembly welded back on a couple large bushings fell out. I also may have lost more as I was driving down the road. I don't have a manual. Could someone send me an exploded view of the rear of the transaxle where the speedometer cable is attached so I can see what parts and how they're arranged so I can reassemble the housing.
Thanks,
Jeff

Jurhip

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Re: 914 transaxle
Posted: Jan 7, 2004 4:43 PM   in response to: jefferyz in response to: jefferyz
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I don't know whether you have the side shift or the tail shifter but pelica parts has diagrams of both. Attached is a link that could help.

http://www.pelicanparts.com/914/914parts.htm

BTW, their bulletin board tech discussions are very, very good. I have a '74 914 and you can get a lot of info about anything you need. Pelican Parts also carries almost anything you need for your 914. I have the same call name on that bulletin board
rhcb914

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Re: 914 transaxle
Posted: Jan 28, 2004 3:00 PM   in response to: jefferyz in response to: jefferyz
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Automobile Atlanta also has great diagrams for all parts of the 914.

http://www.autoatlanta.com/model/914catalog/914gear1.html

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