Remove the tire and wheel. Remove the and to the axle. Remove the wheel bearing seal, with a seal puller. Remove the wheel bearing. Reverse the process to install the new wheel bearing.
Remove fitting at junction block (usually at center of rear axle) and disconnect at the wheel cylinder Replace line and bleed air from that wheel. Should only have to bleed that line
The" manual" trans axle check/fill plug is located on the passenger side of the trans axle. use a box end wrench to remove it.
yes as far as axle fitment.. not to sure if they are the exact same thing but they are compatible, it'll work
I say just watch this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WO9dAhb9fQ He shows you step by step with informative commentary and clears pictures.
You'll need to remove the wheel, the brake pads and the caliper. Once all of that is out of the way, there are rotor retaining screws that need to be removed, either on the studs, or on the axle itself.
its called the intermediate shaft
do you want to know how to remove your alternator? i have a 1990 integrea too and this is how you remove it ... you have to remove your axle to get the alternator out ... i had the same problem before....... hopes this help you a bit ... i know it's a lot of work but that's the only way .........
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To replace the axle on a 1993 Honda Civic the axle nut has to come off. The hub assembly also will need to be pulled back so the axle can be pulled from the transmission.
I have a 91 but it should be the same, there is a 3/8 square head bolt in the bottom of the trans that you just stick a ratchet in to drain it. then there is a 17? or maybe 19mm fill plug around the bottom of the axle. look it up on TeamIntegra.com and they have really good topics on all kinds of Integra stuff
If it is a Manual 5spd. Then their is a fill bolt and a drain bolt. The drain bolt can be only taken off with an 3/8" socket wrench. And the top fill bolt which is all next to the passenger side axle. The bolt should be a 17mm.
how to install cv axle on a 2002 e32o meredes
the starter is on transmission's side above the right drive axle It bolts on close to where the transmission bolts to the engine. It's held on by a few bolts and is about the size of a 12 oz pop can. You should be able to see it without getting under the car.
raise up the car, and look by the axle on the passenger side. You will see a bolt towards the bottom, this is for draining. To fill you will see a bolt that has a square notch in it. Use a ratchet wrench for this. Fill tranny with fluid until it starts to pour out the fill hole.
98 accord does not have a rear axle- just spindle/hub/bearing
Remove the tire and wheel. Remove the axle end cap. Remove the axle seal with a seal puller. Reverse the process to install the new axle seal.
loosen axle bolt take outer tie rod bolt off remove from hub take bottom ball joint bolt off seprate from hub and pull out alittle and axle can come out then put it back together
take off the drum stick a socket wrench through the hole in the axle and undue the four bolts then pull the axle out.
Remove rear axle cover, oil will drain out, reseal and install cover, fill fluid.Remove rear axle cover, oil will drain out, reseal and install cover, fill fluid.
Begin by removing the tire and wheel from your 1993 Nissan. Remove the end of the axle. Remove the wheel bearing nut. Remove the wheel seal and the wheel bearing. Reverse the process to install your new rear wheel bearing.