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take it to a mechanic!!
About half a stone give or take a few pounds
drop drive shaft, take u- bolts loose from leaf springs, disconnect brake- lines.
If you are talking about a canter you need to take the half shaft out
you have to take the tire off then remove the cotter pen from the axe nut remove that nut this nut is in the middle of the rotor hit the end of the half shaft with hammer the get lose hit where the nut went next take out there might be a c clip youll need snap ring pliers also you might need to take off the tie rod end to make it easyer to do this take off cotter pin nut and hit the end with hammer
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
Take the top half of your engine off and there you will see the crank shaft
Don't waste your time taking out the half shaft. Take the few bolts that are holding the rest of the axle and remove the half shaft with the other part of the axle all together. Its a hundred times easier. That's what we did in my 05 RSX type S. when we pulled the trans. out of the car.
I hope you have some mechanical ability.You first have to jack up the vehicle.Then take off the tire.Then you have to take off the big nut on the half shaft( in the middle of the rotor).Then take off the bolt for the ball joint(on the back side of wheel spindel).Then used a seperateing for to separate the ball joint from the spindel.Then pry down the ball joint and swing the spindel out of the socket.Then take the end of the half shaft out of the spindel.Then take a pry bar and put it between the half shaft and the tranaxle.It may take some force to break it free.Then take the new axle and insert it into the tranaxle(make sure you feel it click into place.After that it's just a matter of reversing the process.Good luck.Let me know how it goes.Hope that helped
Take It Off Amd Inspect It.
Look under the vehicle. If there is a drive shaft going from the front half of the vehicle to the back half of the vehicle then it is AWD. If no drive shaft then it is FWD. If you're still not sure after looking at it take it to a shop, they will tell you for free.
Your drive shaft probably snapped in a pivot you'll have to take it off and look at it that happens on derby cars alot..
on a 3.1 at the bottom of the shaft there is a pin you knock it out then push the shaft out the top
i need to learn how to take out my 1995 Chrysler lebaron convertible motor
replacing both half shafts will take about 6 hours, if you have never done it before.
If you know what you are doing it shouldnt take any longer than a couple hours!
i got whole spindle on in less than hour and half
Take it to a professional. This is not a DIY job.
Always use ATF3 or ATF4. Any other type of fluid in a Lebaron transmission will shorten the lifespan of the transmission.
Replacing a rear differential seal is easy. All you have to do is unbolt the shaft and take out the old seal.
If its anything like my 88 lebaron convertible on the inside your going to have to take out the trim on the floor by the door and then take off the whole side panel in the back seat...a pain!
i think the montaro would take on the dodge but most likely keep up
The last Chrysler LeBaron was in 1995. Both engines available that year had timing belts.The last Chrysler LeBaron was in 1995. Both engines available that year had timing belts.
You have to remove the drive shaft and take to to a machine shop. It has to be pressed off Rob