No, the brakes have nothing to do with the drive shaft.
The front drive shaft did not have any grease zerks from the factory.
if you have removed rear drive shaft and the front wheels will be on tow dolly then there is no sense in it.
For a very short time only.
The Dodge Dakota pickup truck has CV joints on both front wheels. The pickup truck also has a driveshaft, as it is rear wheel drive.
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The front axle shaft will be cv style, so zero there.The front drive shaft would have three.The rear drive shaft would have two if it is a one piece shaft, three if a two piece shaft.The front axle shaft will be cv style, so zero there.The front drive shaft would have three.The rear drive shaft would have two if it is a one piece shaft, three if a two piece shaft.
Yes, the shaft is still connected to the front tires through the front differential, so it will turn while driving.
There is only one, it is in the middle of the double cardan joint on the transfer case side. It is very hard to find with out removing the drive shaft.
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
How do you remove drive shaft from a 03 durango
There may or may not be balance weights on the drive shafts.
Perhaps something in your front differential is not right and it is spinning your front drive shaft, instead of vice versa.
there is no drive shaft it's front wheel drive
It depends if it is a 4 wheel drive truck. A rear driveshaft is used to drive the rear axle. A front driveshaft is used to drive the front axle on a 4X4.
You must remove the rear drive shaft section and then remove the support.
if it has 4 wheel drive ,yes.Brought many a ford 4x4 home on front wheels of 4x4 when i damaged the rear drive shaft mudding.
there is no front shaft in 63 impala Wrong answer, it's about two feet from the transmission to the carrier bearing
The pivot ball joint has failed. It is located between the double U-joints at the transfer case end.
there is no dry shaft oly a crankshaft in the engine and the drive shaft that moves the car the drive shaft is connected to the transmission and the rear axle if your car is front wheel drive ypu do not have a drive shaft just a transmission and two axles
if leaking out small hole in middle of front driveshaft yoke, check o-ring in cup on output shaft. have to remove extension housing.
No, the CR-V is designed as a front wheel drive vehicle.
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.
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.