This drum sander, similar to the drill press sanding drums described elsewhere on this site, can be driven by the drill press or a hand held drill (as it was in Episode 104).
In a small office decorated with Marine Corps art resides a Marine whose duties go unknown to the visitors of each graduating company on the depot.
After four years working as an ammunition technician, he took on the task of being a primary marksmanship instructor at Weapons and Field Training Battalion, Edson range, Camp Pendleton, Calif. When he completed two years of teaching recruits how to accurately fire their weapons, he returned to his previous military occupational specialty before he decided to become a drill instructor in 1997.
After three years on the drill field Mullins returned to the Fleet Marine Force where he spent another five years as an ammunition technician.
Only six months into his second tour aboard the depot he was hand-picked by the sergeant major of RTR in 2005 to serve the Marine Corps as a regimental drill master.
Mullins works with officers and depot staff by going over the ceremonial routine to perfect each graduation. Throughout an individual?s career in the Marine Corps, he will be reintroduced to the basics of drill that were first brought to his attention in boot camp. While the recruits are in boot camp, their drill instructors teach them everything they need to know about drill whether it is standing in formation for uniform inspections or reporting to a new unit. Mullins has to ensure that each battalion is consistent in its execution of drill movements.
One of the purposes of drill is to instill discipline and instant, willing obedience to orders in the recruits who pass through the depot during their 13-week training cycle. During Company H?s final drill competition, recruits execute a drill technique called sling arms. Drill in itself is the building-block from which all recruits learn how to be Marines, Mullins said. Drill has been an essential part of the Marine Corps? past and will continue to be a part of its future. Neither the United States Marine Corps nor any other component of the Department of Defense has approved, endorsed, or authorized this website.
Before you start I suggest you read this entire writeup, and search for others – you will want all the info you can get. I did not include what needs to be lubed, so check your FSM for where to put on lithium grease – some parts of the transmission need it, and some (like the clutch disc) will not work if they get greasy. The car ran fine, the transmission is very loud when the interior pieces are not installed, and you will get a CEL.
In order to get rid of the CEL (which would have prevented the car from passing OBDII testing when the car is inspected), a Manual ECU was used. If your car is a 97-98, the new ECU must be from a 97-98, or you can re-pin a 95-96 ECU to work in a 97-98 240sx (which is what we did on Matt’s car).
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Everything recruits go through is important, and the discipline they need to accomplish those tasks is provided through drill.


Although some aspects may change, the concept of drill assisting in the making of Marines will remain the same, said Mullins. Put the car up on jack stands as high as you can get it (you will need to slide the tranny out the bottom), make sure it is not going anywhere – it will be shaken a bit.
Next, remove the dust plates from the transmission bellhousing, they are at the very front of the transmission. Disconnect all the sensors you can from you transmission, and the back O2 sensor on your exhaust. Next, remove the bolts holding the tranny to the cross member, then jack up the back of the tranny and remove off the cross member. Where you took the dust plates off of the bellhousing earlier, you should be able to look back into the transmission and see some bolts holding the torque converter onto the flywheel – undo these 4 bolts.
After the torque converter is unbolted, the transmission will come loose (if not, you can kick it from the front some) – it will pop off and weighs about 250 – 300 lbs. Once the flywheel comes off, you should see a bushing sticking out about a ? inch out of the crankshaft. Get them on there tight because you don’t want your flywheel to come loose and have to do all the above all over.Clean off your flywheel by spraying it with some carb cleaner or something similar. Take the throwout bearing off of your 5 speed transmission if it has one on there and replace it with a new one if you have it (it will come in a clutch kit).
Run the clutch hardline from the clutch master cylinder to the clutch slave cylinder and by now you should have bolted the slave cylinder on the engine.
Reinstall the drive shaft, then fill the transmission up with gear oil (2.4 quarts max) from where the shifter sits, and then reinstall the shifter. Re-install the shifter rubber boot, the center console, and the shifter finisher plate and leather boot.
We got a CEL when using the Auto ECU, but I have heard you can wire the CEL light to the airbag or something to only light up when you start the car, or just put a resistor in the CEL circuit. Any other sensors that were on the auto, but not on the 5 speed can be cut off and discarded – I believe there were 2 or 3 of them on the passenger side of the bellhousing. Once the new ECU was installed, there was no CEL and no more rough starts – the car behaves exactly the same as a stick shift that came out of the factory. They are independent publications and are not affiliated with or endorsed by Nissan or Infiniti.
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The procedure was basically the same for both cars, and some pictures may jump from one car to the other.
Also we found it best to take off the front wheels to give you a little more room to work in.
You will have to weave your hands in everywhere to find and remove the bellhousing bolts holding the transmission bellhousing onto your engine. At the same time, get as many jacks as you can under the tranny – in a few steps it will come off.Also, there is an exhaust bracket on the tranny you must remove. Sand inside your crankshaft with some 800 grit sandpaper, this will help the pilot bushing slide in if there is rust buildup.Then clean out inside there really well.
At this time you can also eliminate the clutch dampening system by bypassing the large diameter hardline loop, and going directly from the hardline coming out of the master cylinder to the rubber line coming out of the slave cylinder. 5th gear on Matt’s car will grind if you do not shift just right (the transmission is used, so some quirks are to be expected).
If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. The item may be a factory second or a new, unused item with defects.A See the sellera€™s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. He is the Recruit Training Regiment drill master and takes charge of the three battalion drill masters on the depot. The procedure is the same for OBDI cars except OBDI cars to not require the a Crank Angle Sensor. Remove these bolts, you will want your parking brake on to keep the driveshaft from spinning.


We used a ratcheting wrench on the top bolts, with a breaker bar and a jack running from underneath the car to the wrench on top of the engine.
Slowly lower the transmission part way down and disconnect any of the wiring that you did not get before.
To remove the bushing either chisel it out with an air chisel, or dremel (which will take about 30 minutes to an hour) or go rent a pilot bushing remover tool and slide hammer from autozone and use it (which will take about 20 seconds).
Make sure you have the correct side of the clutch facing the flywheel – it should have stamped on it “flywheel side, or transmission side”. Bolt down the pressure plate to the flywheel – there are some dowels on the flywheel that fit into the pressure plate.
Drill out the two bolt holes and the larger center whole with a circle cutter drill bit and touch it up with a dremel.
Although a 240sx only weighs 2800 lbs, it only takes 15 lbs of pressure applied correctly to break the human skull. To get to the upper bolts, take off your parking brake and your drive shaft will spin, then reapply the parking brake (not too hard there guys). For some of the other bolts we used a socket (with swivels), and for still other bolts we used obstruction wrenches.
We actually wedged in a jack bar to keep the flywheel from spinning, and put 2 sockets and breaker bars on the flywheel (one braced against the ground tightening to keep the flywheel from spinning, and another to break the flywheel bolts). If not, I believe the side of the clutch that the springs sit further out on goes towards the back of the car.
Everything will be pretty tightly bound together but don’t worry – it needs to be tight so the clutch plate will stay aligned. The one sensor on top front of the transmission (CAS?) you must leave out otherwise it will catch on the flywheel and break into lots of pieces, or rub on top of the transmission bay – make sure you put it back in later, otherwise your car will not work. Some people say that the tranny must be rotated while jacking it up so the starter hump points down, the rotated into place once it is mated to the transmission, we did not do this and still got it into place.
There are 4 bolts holding the brake assembly to the firewall, and one holding the brake assembly up under the dash. Slide your clutch assembly up there and bolt it in, attach the clutch master cylinder on the other side and cotter pin them together.
My car is not 100% swapped yet, but due to some previous-owner installed car alarm, I can’t get my radio to work.
OBDI transmissions could have been used, but a mount would have to be drilled for the CAS, and we didn’t want to worry about that.
One of the top ones has a recirculation pipe bracket attached to it, the pipe runs down to the transmission – disconnect it and remove the bolt. If you have a propane torch, heat these mofo-bolts up and that should help you break them loose some more. We finally got it to work by: Putting one jack in the middle of the 5 speed (at its center of gravity on a flat spot) and another jack at the very back of the transmission. Remove all of these, and the two sensors on the brake pedal, and the cotter pin holding the brake pedal to the booster.
Also remove the small d-shaft support a thick wire X-member that keeps the drive shaft from whipping around if it breaks.
Now with some wrestling, the brake assembly will slide out and there is no need to drop the steering column. Next, remove the bracket that holds the middle of the driveshaft up, and slide out your drive shaft.
Next loosen the engine mounts that hold the mount to the body – not the engine to the mount, with these loose, jack up the front of the engine so you have a better approach angle with the transmission.
Remove the exhaust piping that runs from the header to the cat so you can have more room to slide the transmission in there, you may want to have a rubber mallet to hammer the back of the transmission in. If you only have one bung in your new pedal I believe the cruise control sensor can be mounted on the cluth pedal. Also, once it is in if it is not perfect, it will not fit on all the way – you may want to try spinning the flywheel to help line everything up. Do not let the transmission shaft handle a whole lot of weight otherwise it will bend the shaft or break your clutch.We found the clutch part out the hard way.
Then, slowly raise the back of the transmission while you lower the front of the engine and reattach the cross member and bolt the cross member back in to hold the back of the transmission up. You should now be able to take all the jacks out from under the transmission and put back in all sensors and vac.



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