I assume you mean axle shaft and not the entire axle assy. First, front end supported safely, wheel off, brake caliper off, caliper mounting bracket off, hub cover off (either a tin cap if full time 4x4 or an engaging hub if part time 4x4). Next there is a series of springs, washers, nuts, and bearings. When you can see the jam nut on the spindle, there are tabs that are bent onto the flat faces of the jam nut. A flat chisel and hammer are what I use to bend the tabs back. NOTE: DO NOT bend or damage the treads on the spindle. You will need a four wheel drive axle nut socket for this. Check with your auto parts store for the right size. After the jam nut is off, there is an indexed washer, meaning it has a tab on the inside that follows a groove in the spindle at the top. Remove this washer and the inner nut. Now pull off the hub/brake rotor with the bearings in it. Next, remove the tie rod, upper ball joint, lower ball joint, and finally the spindle. You should now be able to pull out the axle shaft unless its a limited-slip differential then you may have to remove the differential cover and remove the C-clips at the end of the axle shaft. I would STRONGLY advise you buy a repair manual for this vehicle. You have to deal with changing seals, cleaning and packing bearings, cleaning and checking the other parts, possible bearing replacement, possible roller bearing replacement, ball joints, tie rods, etc. You will need to "seat" the bearings before setting the inner nut torque. A good book is a great help if you are not experienced in doing this stuff. It's a fun job, but a little scarry the first time.
Yes, if you remove the front axle first.Yes, if you remove the front axle first.
remove axle nut in center of wheel before jacking it up then raise and support vehicle on stands and remove front tire then caliper and rotor then rotor mounting bracket remove bottom ball joint from the front spindle and you should be ready to pull the axle out then just reverse these steps to reinstall. hopefully this helps you
Front axle nut should be a 35mm.
Remove the front tires, from your Pontiac Grand Prix. Remove the brakes and rotors. Unbolt the axle from the suspension. Remove the axle.
Thunderbirds never had a front axle
Front axle nut on a 4 + 4? Should be 35 mm.
Either remove the trans, or remove the front axle on a 4x4.Either remove the trans, or remove the front axle on a 4x4.
You have to remove the front axle assembly for enough room to remove the oil pan.You have to remove the front axle assembly for enough room to remove the oil pan.
You will have to remove the front axle assembly to have enough clearance to remove the oil pan in vehicle.You will have to remove the front axle assembly to have enough clearance to remove the oil pan in vehicle.
tap outward on flange area to "pop" it out off the C-clip retainer/ install same way.
It is located on the rear axle. Remove the spare tire to see it easier.
I'd need to know if you had a solid front axle or a double wishbone independent front suspension in order to answer this.
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hoew do you remove a c v axle from a 97 isuzu rodeo front right
How do you get the axle out to change the boots on the cv joints
My 93 s10 Blazer has torsion bar suspension and I suspect yours does too, which would make it independent front suspension.
You will probably have to remove the axle assembly and replace the retaining ring on the end of the axle that slips into the diff. More than likely the ring got bent or out of place and it is not allowing you to snap the axle back in.
take the pin out of the rear diffrential and the axle should come out
The front axle itself does not need to be removed.
You have to open the differential and remove the retaining pin from the spider gear to remove the axle shaft.
To remove the front axle from a Kawasaki 2510 mule, refer back to owner's manual. Your owner's manual should have this type of information, if not, contact the dealership.