-Pull pins and loosen nuts on both wheels. If you have to buy a bar get
the 3/4" drive... I've broken a 1/2" bar. Loosen lug nuts at this point to
save trouble later.
-Drain transmission... or you'll have a mess later.
-Get the car in the air. I usually put 4 pieces of 2x4 on top of a rim under
the frame at the front jack point... then put jack stand under frame at
outside edge of radiator.
-Remove wheels and set empty 5gal can at the rear of each wheel well
-Remove axle nuts.
-Remove clip holding brake hose and lift hose out.
-Remove two nuts on bottom of wheel assemble.
-Remove two bolts on strut.
-Tap on axle to remove from hub as you put assemble on top of 5 gal
-Repeat procedure on other side.
-On passenger side... get under car and remove bolts (3) on axle housing.
Pull housing away from alignment pin... may need some prying here. Once
the housing falls away the axle can be removed.
-Insert a long screw driver in the transmission hole and hit the axle on the
driver side to knock it out... not too hard with the hammer.
Note. to reinstall driver side... put a little grease around retainer ring and push in hard by hand. Reverse the rest of the procedure. Good luck.
how do you remove the transmission and cv axles on a 2004 kia rio ?
This is not for beginners. You have to drain the transmission, remove the axles, remove the transmission, install the new cylinder, then replace the transmission, axles, add new synchromesh fluid to the tranny, and bleed the clutch hydraulics. You can get the whole procedure from Autozone's website.
Well Maybe it is your transmission try checking the fluid and if it is low it wont move Also check your cv Axles they could be bad like mine were.
You first remove the engine. Next, jack up the car and put it on stands. You've got to drain the transmission, remove the axles, front transmission mount, backup light wire, ground wire and shift linkage from the transmission. Lower the car to the ground and put a transmission jack under it. There are two bolts holding the back of the transmission to the car. Remove them, and the transmission will come out.
You can use a large screwdriver placed between the inner bearing race and the transmission to CAREFULLY lever the drive axel out of the transmission.
the transmission on a lawnmower is in the back of the lawnmower, follow the axles and it will lead you to the transmission
The transmission on a Dodge Neon is removed by removing the axles, disconnecting the wiring harnesses, and unbolting it from the engine block. It can then be shifted away from the engine and lowered from the vehicle.
dissconnect battery. jack front of car up, drain transmission of fluid. take tires off, unbolt the spindle from upper control arm, unbolt the 32mm axle nut and pull it all the way out, remove axles (might need pry bar) and half shaft. remove starter. support bottom of transmission with jack and wood. remove bolts from transmission (should be 5) remove transmission. reverse for installation
you may have a transmission problem. See the axles will break to save the transmission from damage. Or you might need to change the bushings on the suspension.
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
somewhere on transmission by the axles
disconnect the battery, and remove the starter. remove the front wheels and drive axles. disconnect any trans. cooler lines, sensor wires, shift linkage, trans. dip stick, or anything bolted to the transmission. find support for the motor, and for the transmission. disconnect any transmission mounts. remove bellhousing bolts, and drop transmission out of car, be careful of any wires lines or brackets you may have forgotten or over looked.
Look on the transmission by where the axles come out
There isn't away, you would need to remove the axles, but the diif./trans. fluid would drain out. You need a tow dolly.
The short story: remove shift linkage. Remove axles. Remove transmission (engine stays in car). replace clutch. You must have a manual to do this job, or it will not work. Even mechanics who do this job will work from a book.
no they vary form year to year and from transmission to transmission. older cavaliers where rear wheel drive newer ones where front an automatic transmission is larger than a manual so the axles on a auto will be shorter. also some years had different selections of engine sizes and thus required different transmissions so the axles would most likely be different.
You dont have to pull any axel
You really need the manual for this--there are a LOT of things you must disconnect--but here's the basics: 1. Jack the front of the car up, unhook and remove the battery (you need the space) and remove the front tires. 2. Undo the front suspension, then the drive axles. 3. Drain the transmission. 4. Remove the starter. 5. Remove everything else that's connected to the transmission. 6. Run a transmission jack up to the transmission case. 7. Unbolt the old transmission, slide it away from the engine and lower it. 8. Put new transmission where old one was. 9. Connect everything to the transmission you disconnected. 10. Fill the transmission. 11. Put the front suspension back together, reinstall the transmission and take the car for a test drive.
That depends on whether you have a manual 5 speed or an automatic. On both you have to support the engine from above since 2 of the 3 mounts are on the transmission. Disconnect all the electrical connections. Remove the bolts and nuts that hold the left hand engine mount. Remove the upper front and upper rear bolts that hold the trans. to the engine. Remove the starter motor. Remove the drive axles. Drain the transaxle fluid Remove the crossmember. Unbolt the gear shift rod from the input shaft of the transmission. Remove the nut that holds the gear shift bar to the transaxle. Then slide the bar off the stud. Remove the clutch slave cylinder. Remove the 2 lower bolts that hold the transaxle to the engine. Put a transmission jack under the transmission Remove the catalytic converter. With the transmission supported well, remove the last 3 bolts that hold the engine to the transmission. Carefully lower the transaxle and slide it from the engine.
check cv axles, transmission, and tires.
You must remove the battery, battery tray, upper intercooler pipe, clutch slave cylinder, transmission cables and clear all the wires from the top of the transmission. remove the cross bars, then the front to back sub assembly bar. Remove the wheels, and axle nuts, drain the transmission and remove the axles. remove the lower under-tray, then the steering rack/lower suspension arm assembly unbolt the transfer case, slide it to the side and rest on a jack-stand. support the engine and remove the transmission mounts. unbolt the transmission from the engine and lower the transmission. R&R the clutch, resurface the flywheel, and install everything. The job is a 4-15 hour job depending on tools and experience.
depends on what make and model of vehicle. usually they are located on the spindles and read off of the axles. usually there is just one bolt and a plug. some are located in the transmission or rear end.
Differential is attached to the transmission. You can find it by tracking where front wheel axles go in the transmission. The part is the differential.