505 SLi wagon rear transmission mount
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    Hi all,

    I would appreciate some advice please.

    I am in the process of putting a replacement 3HP22 into my 1986 505 SLi wagon. I have just loosened off the two 16-mm nylocks that hold the rear transmission mount to the chassis. Unfortunately, the threads are not studs as they are both spinning as I turn the nuts.

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    It would appear that I need to get a spanner onto the head of these nuts in order to free the transmission mount. Can someone please guide me as to what I need to open up/remove from inside the car in order to get access to these two bolt heads?

    I working from the Haynes manual.

    Cheers,

    Todd
    1986 505 SLi wagon (XN6; 3HP22; silver)
    1984 505 STI sedan (ZDJK; 3HP22; silver light blue)

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    Quote Originally Posted by blizzardboy
    Hi all,

    I would appreciate some advice please.

    I am in the process of putting a replacement 3HP22 into my 1986 505 SLi wagon. I have just loosened off the two 16-mm nylocks that hold the rear transmission mount to the chassis. Unfortunately, the threads are not studs as they are both spinning as I turn the nuts.

    It would appear that I need to get a spanner onto the head of these nuts in order to free the transmission mount. Can someone please guide me as to what I need to open up/remove from inside the car in order to get access to these two bolt heads?

    I working from the Haynes manual.

    Cheers,

    Todd
    First remove the centre console .

    Then the bolt heads are accessable through holes in the floor down the side of the tunnel under the carpet.

    Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim_K
    First remove the centre console .

    Then the bolt heads are accessable through holes in the floor down the side of the tunnel under the carpet.

    Tim
    Thanks Tim.
    1986 505 SLi wagon (XN6; 3HP22; silver)
    1984 505 STI sedan (ZDJK; 3HP22; silver light blue)

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    Don't forget that there is a centre bolt as well, from the top, underneath the centre console.
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    Thanks Scott,

    I discovered this after a while. Found the 19-mm bolt head under the cowling for the shift lever.
    1986 505 SLi wagon (XN6; 3HP22; silver)
    1984 505 STI sedan (ZDJK; 3HP22; silver light blue)

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