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How do you remove the axles from the transmission of a 1990 Dodge Colt Standard with 15-L engine for the purpose of replacing the transmission?

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2012-06-12 12:49:21
2012-06-12 12:49:21

num1 loosen big 32mm bolt from the axel take and loosen the wheel jack if ur lucky hoist remove brake caliper bolts 10 mm pull caliper off rotor take rotor off loosen the tie rod ends hit hard with big hammerpop the tie rod off grab wrenches take lower ball joint bolt out pop ball joint out of a arm tap axle out of the nuckle go under the car with the pan pop with a pry bar axle out of transreverse to replace

Drain transmission. Caliper bolts have 12mm heads. You do not have to remove rotor, tie rod ends or ball joint. Simply remove the lower control arm mounting bolts that secure it to the frame and then let the arm slowly lower away. Trust me, some repair manuals print false information. I have done this smoothly 3 times so I know what I am talking about. Install new circlips on inside axle spline. Instal new seals in transmission. John 805-904-9817

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