Price for repairing 1993 Plymouth colt ear axle?
You are ready to replace an axle in your 1993 Nissan Sentra and the axle is stuck in there It will not come out What can you do to get the axle out?
What would make tires wobble back and forth at an speed feels like tires are going to break off 1993 Plymouth grand voyager le?
Consider replacing the complete axle assembly rather than repairing a CV joint or replacing a torn boot. An axle will cost around $80. I have tried replacing boots with "split boots" that you can put on without removing the axle from the car or doing any disassembly. Unfortunately, they do not last a long time. I did replace a boot with a homemade cloth one. That lasted a long time.
If you already have all the tools you need - on this list include a 36mm socket and a pickle fork to separate the bottom ball joint - $65 to $80 depending on where you shop will get you a new axle, and they're not mentally difficult to install. (Physically is a different matter - this job will wear you out.)
Would repairing the manifold and the serpentine belt tensioner require removing the axle on a Saturn SL 2?
When replacing the passenger side cv axle on a 1993 3.0 Taurus does it have to go all the way in to the trans axle?
On the 1996 Ford Ranger axle code 92 is for , a conventional axle with a 3.08 ratio - I'm assuming it's the same on a 1993 Possible but... in most cases ford had a habit " if it still works why improve on it" ie: up to 2003 mustangs still have a cable clutch. I have a 93 ranger, 4.0L, 2wd, 5 speed, diff code 92 in the door, and it has 3.55 gears…