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98 warrrior shift cam assy help

fourwheeler wouldnt move. shifter would shift into gear but wouldnt move. so took side of case off where clutch is and took out the shifter and noticed the shift cam assy key way was chiped so the key couldnt stay in the key way. i found the key in the bottom of the oil pan. to fix this problem i assume have to split the case and replace thewhole shift cam assy. if so how do you split the case. and when it splits dose sh*t just start falling out?

i have a 1998 warrior with new pro circuit t4
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any advice would be helpful

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well im not too familiar with the shift parts... but i can tell you if you have to split the case you have a major project on yours hands... you gotta take the motor out first off... and then take the top end off (requiring new rings/ boring/ piston/ new gaskets to re assemble the right way... you might be able to get away with the rings piston and bore size if it isnt worn out but dont count on it) after you get the top end off then drain the oil and lay the motor on its side... take out the bizillion bolts around the perimeter of the case and tap it apart... if you keep it on its side and are careful you shouldnt loose any parts... then if you want to take the other 1/2 off, put both 1/2s back together flip it over and then take tap the other 1/2 off.... you just gotta be really careful no to lose any of the washers that are commonly on the ends of the shafts
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well i am already to the spliting the case part its no big deal till now. i just never split a case and wanted to be prepaired on whats going to happen when it splits. thanks

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eh just be careful and youll be fine theres not any springs or anything that that are going to blow out like a jack in the box
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Don't you have to press the crank out of the case?

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Don't you have to press the crank out of the case?
nope.
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