you must first remove the brake caliper and rotor, remove the large axel retaining nut (usually a 36mm. deep socket required), gently tap axel back making sure not to damage the threads, disconnect ABS sensor wiring harness at all retaining points, remove hub retaining bolts (on inner side of steering knuckle). Hub assy. is usually a press fit but with a small hammer and some patience it will come out. Make sure to thoroughly clean with a file and wire brush where the hub will contact and insert into steering knuckle....reverse removal and torque ALL fasteners.....not sure without lookig them up, but your parts supplier should have this info availible.
just replace the rear brakes
Hi, The engine and transmission assembly must be removed from the vehicle to replace the clutch on a RAV4 AWD. It's a 10+ hour job. Good luck.
The Buick Rendevous AWD was introduced in 2001 but it was actually not offered for sale until 2002. AWD stands for all-wheel-drive. This model was made in Ramos Arizpe, Mexico and was discontinued in 2007.
Smartrak is a awd system and can't be turned on and off. The computer senses slipage and engages the front axle as need for awd.
on the fuel pump
regular at best
34mm for 2001 non-AWD
If the vehicle will stall and will not restart or appears to be out of fuel but the fuel gauge reads above empty, replace the fuel sensor assembly and auxiliary tank fuel level sensor if equipped. if not, replace the instrument cluster.
I just recently had this issue. Once I pressed the power button on the radio all gauges started working again. No idea why. A short in the system somewhere maybe? I dunno. It hasn't happened again in the past 1000kms. 2002 Montana AWD EXT 112,000kms
How do you remove the oil pan how many bolts does it have
AnswerFor the First Generation Murano there are 2 AWD lights, one that says AWD and one that says AWD LOCK. if the AWD Light is on, Then you have a Problem in the AWD System, if the AWD LOCK light is on, then your AWD is stuck on on, or you just have to turn it off.
The short answer is yes.
Model Year, 2WD or AWD, And if it is AWD or a 2WD(Front Left-Half shaft) is it your inner or outer? If it is you will need to replace the half-shaft as the inner cv cannot be disassembled.
That is more hassle then whats its worth. the whole front suspension is totaly diffrent then the AWD. plus the rest of the AWD equipment that is needed to make it work. if you want AWD find one that has a bad motor and replace it with the one you have as long as you don't have a lot of mileage on that motor. or rebuild the motor and there you have an AWD van. it would be cheaper than trying and less painful
they may have unplugged or damaged the wheel speed sensor wire located on the hub assembly
Hello, I just did this on my 1994 Aerostar EB AWD. The front wheel bearings are part of the wheel hub assembly. The bearing is not replaceable by itself. Jack it up, remove the wheel, remove the axle nut, remove the 3 13mm 12pt. bolts on the inner side of the hub assembly (spray with penetrant and hope for the best), tap the hub with a hammer and remove. New hub assembly can be had for @$100.00 at local auto parts store.
FWD Sedan = 71L AWD Sedan = 70L FWD Wagon = 68L
a AWD Hybrid is a 4 wheel drive Hybrid
The output speed sensor on a 2002 Chrysler Town & Country AWD is on the side of the transmission. On the AWD models the tranny is mounted sideways and the sensor is behind the radiator on the drivers side under cooling lines and can be most easily accessed from under the hood, not under the car
Remove the transmission oil pan for access to filter Replace fluid, filter and gasket
2006 Lexus gs300 awd check engine on after spark plugs replaced
5.3 hours if RWD...6.0 hours if AWD
Looking at the front suspension, look for axle stubs with rubber boots extending from the front differential to the front hub assembly (just inside the front tires) The presence of both the axle stubs and the front differential signify AWD/4WD