my cv boot is doing this so it probable is that. can you tell me how the 4x4 works my Nissan pathfinder is only getting 11 mpg and i want to check and make sure that the 4x4 isn't on.
I have had the timing belt go bad and the front axles. Other than that mostly have just put maintenence into the car. There is however a recall for windshield wipers and I did have those go bad but Nissan replaced them for free.
Generally, the axles cannot be fixed, and will need to be completely replaced.
The seal lips, in the transmission have been ripped - if the oil coming from there - seals would have to be replaced.
My 97 RL was shaking badly too despite new tires & l just had both cv axles replaced and the shaking ended.
Yes - the axles are replaceable.See "Related Questions" below for more detail on getting started
4-wheeled cars have 4 axles. Depending on the type of drive-train that the car uses, some of the axles might only be stub axles or hubs, and some axles might be referred to as 'spindles', but they are all, 'axles', nonetheless.
Usually not. A peg has to thread onto an axle and mountain bikes generally use quick release skewers so the axle is very short. But if you have a MTB with solid axles (some MTB dirtbikes and low-end MTBs have), or go to the effort of having the q/r axles replaced with solid axles, then it's doable.
That involves removing the axles the tranny. I just replaced the clutch and tranny on my 95 tercel and it's not fun.
Yes. And on those axles are where the wheels are situated.
A truck with three axles,(1 steering and 2 drive axles) is called a tandem.A trailer with 3 axles is called a tridem or a triaxle depending on the spacing between the axles.Number of axles is not specific to any one manufacture.
The Ford Fusion has 2 axles.
A Chevrolet Cavalier has 2 axles.
How many Axles does Honda Odyssey have?
If you have a sliding fifth wheel, you can transfer weight from the drive axles to the steer axle by sliding it forward, or you can transfer weight from the steer axle to the drive axles by sliding it back. If you have sliding tandems on your trailer, you can transfer weight from the drive axles to the trailer axles by sliding the trailer axles forward, or you can transfer weight from the trailer axles to the drive axles by sliding the tandem axles back. If you don't have these options, you have to readjust your load.
there is more then one speed sensor i know there is one in the transmission and one around the front axles and one more not to sure where it could be
A motor coach has 2 or 3 axles.
Normally there will be 5 or 6 axles. 1 steering axle 2drive axles and either 2 or 3 trailer axles.(Some states do allow more trailer axles.)
What's typically referred to as an 18 wheeler has five axles - steer axle, two drive axles, two trailer axles. Tractor-trailer combinations can have less or more,, depending on the application.
Same way as wheels and axles always work. In the wheels the wheels turn around the axles, in the crank the axle spin.
This question is a little vague. How many axles it has depends on the configuration, naturally. It might have two axles, it might have eight or more.
I has 4 axles. One on each wheel.
how many axles does a 2008 chevy suburban have/
There are two axles on a Honda Pilot.
6x4 has three axles, and two of them are live axles. 4x2 has two axles, and only one is a live axle.