I had this problem on my 1997 aspire which is the same. You need to take a pry bar and just keep working the axle back and forth while turning it to get the circlip to compress and come through (the bearing in the differential was bad in mine so it was very difficult to get mine out, took an hour or so of working it loose a little at a time)be careful not to get overzealous and poke a hole in the aluminum housing with the prybar (as my helper did!)
how do u remove cv axle driverside 1991 toyota corolla
Buy a new CV Axle Halfshaft and a new axle nut comes with it.
Th easiest way to change the rotors on a 1990 Ford Festiva is to pay someone. However, remove the tire, remove caliper, remove the hub nut and washer. Remove the rotor from the CV axle. There four bolts on the back side of the rotor, but you may have to press out the rotor bearing. To re-install read backwards
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That might be the rear axle, it that is what you want to remove then you will need to remove the rear axle cover drain the fluid and the locate the center pin bolt and remove that in order to remove the center pin to get at axle c-clips then remove the c-clip for the axle you want to remove then slipe the axle out being careful not to distrub the axle bearing
Remove the front tires, from your Pontiac Grand Prix. Remove the brakes and rotors. Unbolt the axle from the suspension. Remove the axle.
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you can not adjust.does it byself
Yes, if you remove the front axle first.Yes, if you remove the front axle first.
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.
how to remove rear axle from 1988 f250 ford
3.6 Quarts (including filter)
I just did most of it today trying to get at the rear bearings. Break the axle nut (remove cotter pin) and lug nuts. Raise and support the vehicle. Remove the wheel and axle nut. Remove drum. I removed the entire brake backing plate, but this should not be necessary. Disconnect the lower strut mount. Remove the bolts holding on the control arm and release the control arm. Now pull the hub off the axle. This can be done with a puller, or a hammer (I chose the latter). Remove the 5 bolts mounting the axle to the differential. You should now be able to work the axle out of the diff. Don't be surprised if differential fluid comes spilling out.
It is best to replace the whole axle, Its easy to do not to mention pretty inexpensive....
Remove the rear wheel from the axle. Remove the brake pads and hardware. Remove the axle end cap. Remove the bearing. Reverse the process to install the new bearing.
remove wheel, disconnect tie rod end, separate lower ball joint from control arm, remove axle nut, slide hub off axle, pull axle from transaxle housing
Remove wheel, Remove drum or disc brake rotor,remove rear differental cover. Remove shaft between the spider gears that is held in by a lock bolt. Shove the axle from the outside toward the differential and remove the "C" clips that hold the axle in inside the diff. and then the axle can be removed.
To remove the axle shaft, first remove the wheel, and brake drum/rotor. Second, remove the differental cover. Third, remove the bolt holding the spider gear shaft, and remove that shaft. Fourth push inward on the axle shaft to remove the horseshoe clip on the inside. The axle shaft will now pull out.
unscrew big nut on left side remove retaining ring from axle slide out axle be shure to remove wheel hubs first
You have to remove the center of the axle plate and the axle to remove the brake hub.
Thunderbirds never had a front axle
A few trailer spindles bolted on to the axle but most spindles are welded to the axle.
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.