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How do you remove the right front axle shaft out of the differential on a 1992 ford F150 4x4 with a 5.8L?


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2013-09-22 04:30:53
2013-09-22 04:30:53

How to remove the right side axle half on a 1995 f150


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Perhaps something in your front differential is not right and it is spinning your front drive shaft, instead of vice versa.

a jack shaft is the small drive shaft from transfer case to front differential, brakes have nuthing to do with removal of a jack shaft maybe you mean removal of front axle

Just pull it out. There should be nothing holding it in the differentail after you remove the locking hub and the hub.

To permanently disable, remove the drive shaft from the transfer case to the front differential.

Chock the wheels to be sure vehicle will not roll. Mark the differential and drive shaft before removing drive shaft. Remove 4 bolts from differential-end of drive shaft. Place a pan under the transmission-end of drive shaft and have clean rags handy. Push the drive shaft slightly toward the front of the vehicle while pulling downward on the drive shaft and lower it to the ground. Pull the drive shaft toward the rear of the vehicle until the front of the drive shaft pulls out of the transmission. Place the drive shaft on the ground and put rags in the transmission to prevent oil leakage and keep dust/dirt out. Assemply is reverse of removal with special attention to aligning marks on the drive shaft to the mark on the differential.

In the tail shaft housing. you have to remove the drive shaft and the tail shaft housing to get to it.

There is no vacuum switch. There is an electric actuator on the front left of the front end assembly right in front of where the cv shaft goes into the differential case and an electric actuator on the rear right of the transfer case.

I believe it's called a trans-axle output shaft seal. Could also be the front differential pinion seal.

The Prop shaft (front drive shaft) has a ball type cv joint that sits in bearings that connects to the transfer case. This is most likely shot and you need a front prop shaft (front drive shaft) complete with rubber boot and differential cv universal joint.

Yes, the shaft is still connected to the front tires through the front differential, so it will turn while driving.

Disconnect it from the differential carrier (it should be just four bolts and two clamps), separate it from the differential carrier (the driveshaft has some room to slide on the transmission output shaft), then, once it is separated from the differential carrier, pull forward to remove it from the transmission output shaft.

No. I am not sure why you want one though, the front axle has a center disconnect that unhooks the right front axle shaft from the differential.

If you aretalking about the axle shaft between the wheel and differential on the front first loosen the lug nuts on either side that need to be removed. the jack the truck up and support with jack stands. Remove the tire and the brake calipers. Then using a 43 mm socket remove the hex nut on the spindle (axle shaft) . there are 3 bolts on the inside of the hub (9/16) which need to be removed. You might have to separate the bearing retainer ( the part that the 9/16 bolts hold) from the housing by prying between them. The axle shaft should pull out from the differential by hand force.

there is no drive shaft it's front wheel drive

if 4x2 only 1 differential which is the pumpkin between your rear axle, if 4x4, there will be a transfer case at the front of the vehicle coming off of the transmission going to front drive shaft and front differential.

remove rear drive shaft. remove pinion yolk from front of diff.remove oinion seal replace with new one. replace pinion yolk, replace driveshaft,.. dhceck ujoints of drive shaft while out, its a good time to replace them

After removing the right front tire and fender liner, you remove the serpentine belt. You then remove the crank bolt and use a puller to remove the pulley.After removing the right front tire and fender liner, you remove the serpentine belt. You then remove the crank bolt and use a puller to remove the pulley.

You have to open the differential and remove the retaining pin from the spider gear to remove the axle shaft.

Remove the wheel and brakes. remove the differential cover. place vehicle in neutral. turn the driveshaft until you can see one 8 mm bolt that holds a shaft between the axles in place. Remove the bolt and the small shaft. push in on the axle where the rotor was then you should be able to see a c-clip on the axle inside the differential housing. Remove the clip(It just slides right out). now you should be able to just slide the axle right out. then just pry out the old axle seal and the bearing will be right behind it

The inter axle differential (also called a power divider) is an integral shaft in the forward axle. That shaft is the input for the forward axle and also the rear axle with a differential separating the input from the output allowing for a difference in speed between the front and rear axle.

on the drivers side of your truck right behind the front tire the front drive shaft attaches to the front differential yoke. There is 4 small torx head screws (bolts) holding the drive shaft to the yoke. Remove these 4 bolts and take out the u bolts that hold on the U-joint put a large screwdriver or something between the u-joint and pry and it should pop loose. There is very little space but the drive shaft has to go out forward under the front differential and the yoke going into the Transfer case may need a little help coming out. Again the large screwdriver may help if it doesn't slip right out. Putting it back is the exact reverse. If your gonna leave it out and drive it cover the hole into the transfer case to avoid dirt and debris clogging it up and making putting the yoke back in a real pain. Good luck.

no, the cam shaft is on the engine cylinder head..

1: disconnect the drive shaft from the rear axle. 2: disconnect the front shaft from the transmission (tedious and you need the correct size tool). 3: disassemble the front shaft from the main shaft by pulling them apart from the center or in front of the support and drop the main shaft. 5: remove bolts holding the support and drop and remove the front shaft shaft with the support still connected. 6: remove and replace the support with a wheel puller. 7: replace support with new part. 8: reassemble in reverse. CDARCO

-Raise and support the vehicle. -Remove rear wheels and disc brakes or drums . -Drain differential oil. Remove differential cover. -In the differential housing there is an 8mm lock bolt that holds the pinion shaft in place remove that. -Remove the pinion shaft. -Remove the C-lock from the button end of the axle shaft. For that you will have to push in on the axle shaft. It will move freely with the pinion shaft out. The pinion shaft holds the two axle shafts apart. -With the C-lock out you can pull the axle shaft out. - You will need an axle bearing puller to remove the bearing. Pull the bearing and the oil seal out. -Clean everything nice and neat with brake parts cleaner. Wipe with clean towel. -Install new bearing and oil seal. You will need a bearing and race setter. (It helps to freeze the bearing before installation.) -Install the clean axle shaft. -Install C-lock. -Install pinion shaft. -Install pinion shaft lock bolt. Use blue thread locker paste so it doesn't come loose from the vibration. -Remove the remaining of the gasket from the differential and pan. Use a razor blade don't scratch it. -Install gasket and differential cover. -Add the differential oil. -Install brake rotors or drums, tires. If you have any doubts take it to a shop. You have to be really precise.

You will want to grab a factory service manual or a Haynes manual. Haynes is available new, the factory manual may be available electronically, or via ebay or Fiat sites. The general process is straightforward and includes removing the wheels, brake calipers, brake caliper mounting brackets, rotors, and axle shafts. Remove the nut on the front of the pinion shaft, pull the drive shaft yoke off of the front of the pinion, remove the 8 bolts the retain the rear cover, remove the four bolts that retain the two differential bearing caps, remove the caps. Note any shims used to position the differential carrier. Lift out the differential carrier to reveal the pinion shaft. The ring gear just bolts onto the differential carrier, so replacement is simple enough. The pinion likely must be pressed out from the front toward the back. New shims may be needed, so purchase these ahead of time. Also check and consider replacing the bearings, as well as the front seal and the back cover plate seal. This write up is general / typical, but you will want to follow the service manual instructions.

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