Possibly. Be aware of the other bearings however.The roller
bearing in the case bore also centers the input shaft.The ball
bearing's compromise may have allowed the roller bearing to brinnel the
input shaft. :(|
The ball bearing is a light press fit on the input shaft.Fishing it out without damaging anything else will be a challenge. Forcing the replacement bearing back into the shaft without causing damage will be the next challenge.Be advised there is also a beefier replacement for the OEM ball bearing available.
I've never tried replacing that bearing without a teardown myself.Usually by the time that bearing has issues, you will find that the trash it has generated has caused other problems.
Ralph & Elaine Vogan wrote:
I think its the one right behind the seal. The pulley has a little wiggle that the other transmission doesn't have. I think the pull of the belts have worn it out.