please tell me how to remove the bering and rotor?how do i get the answer?
no no no you do not need to remove your castle nut if the rotor will not come off you need to beat it tell it dose
Look on the front axle for a differential housing. It will look like a round ball slightly to the left or right of the middle of the axle.
In order to determine what axle and axle gears you have there will be a metal tag that is stamped with the gear ratio on the cover bolts and Dana has a number raised on the right bottom side where the axle tube enters the pumpkin. Between the two it will tell you what axle and ratio you have. If you have a limited slip then you axle ratio would read 3L55 instead of 3 55
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One of them is 112 inches from axle to axle. The other one is 120 inches from axle to axle.
Count the splines.
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Remove the left tire, remove the two hex nuts near rear sprockets, remove the left hub, take off the sprocket along with the two hex nuts, put the left hub back onto the axle and take a socket and tap the hub. The axle should come out on the right...if it don't email me and tell me how to get it off cause that's where I am stuck right now.
look on the bottom of the axle...and there should be a metal tag saying what size and ratio that axle is
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Open the drivers door and look at the informaion sticker(s) for the axle code Each axle code corresponds to a specific axle ratio
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There are many different ways you can tell if the rear axle has gone out on a Yamaha 350 ATV. If there is a grinding sound or a slipping when trying to put the vehicle in gear, those may be an indication of this issue.
If the rotor of the 2001 Honda Accord will does not have mounting hardware it is pressed on. To remove these types of rotors the caliper will have to be unmounted. The rotor will then come off.
I hate to tell you, but you should not have removed the bolts in the tranny housing at all. The drive shaft is held into the transmission by a lock ring on the shaft, that will release with the right amount of force. All you have to do is go between the body of the inner CV joint and the transmission with a large screwdriver or prybar and pop the drive axle out of the transission. It might be a little difficult, but it will pop out.
should be a plate mounted on one of the bolts on the chunk that will tell you the chunk is the big thing in the middle of the axle
It is believed that the wheel and axle were invented around 4000 B.C. There is no way to tell exactly which year they were invented, but they do show up in carvings from that era.
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If your car is not turning correctly, you will be able to tell either your CV axle or your control arm is bad. It will cost about $600 to fix either one, with parts.
if its not working,
It could be worn spider gears or ring and pinion,. Did you change the bearing while you had the axle out? Did you consider it might be the other side? sounds tend to carry like that. How about U-JOINT?
Should be 3.42 but check the rear axle RPO number. This will tell you exactly which axle is in the car. The table for the results can be found on the web.
there should be an axle code or the door jam. Then you can call your local ford dealer and the can tell you, but some of the owner manuals had a list of the axle codes in them.
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