the 2wd driveshaft will be too long...theres no transfer case. Cant i remove the transfercase and bolt the driveshaft right to the trans? New answer: The center shaft in the 4x4 transmission is a long shaft so you can
install the transfur case on to it.
The transmission in 2 wheel dr. trucks have a short shaft running through the
Transmission. So what you are wanting to doWILL NOT WORK.
Now you can take your trans. completely apart and remove the center shaft, and
go buy a short shaft for your trans. Then put it all back together. Remove the
transfur case housing on your trans. and install a regular tail shaft housing onto
your trans. Plus a 2 wheel drive drive shaft. And you now have a 2- wheel dr.
Either the transmission tail seal or the transfer case input seal has failed. The transfer case has to be removed to replace the seals.
I don't know for this specific car, but as in most cases the engine or gearbox/transfer case has to come out. If you have access to a lift its easier to remove the gearbox and transfercase as a unit. The clutch lies just rear of the engine.
Mark driveshaft yoke and splined area from transfer case - so that it will be installed in the same position to maintain factory balance Remove and discard small "U" bolts from yoke (Replace with new at installation) Pry driveshaft out of yoke and forward onto splines at transfer case Drop driveshaft and pull off splines
take it to the garage
Unbolt/remove driveshaft. Use U-joint press to remove old U-joint, install new and replace driveshaft.
The driveshaft is removed to replace the clutch by unbolting the u-joints and retaining caps on each end of the drive shaft. The shaft can then be collapsed slightly to allow for easier removal.
Yes, But you may have to modify the driveshaft and crossmember.
Yes you can, But the driveshaft won't be long enough.
If your speaking of the actual driveshaft from the transfer case to the front differential, there are four torx head bolts to remove on each end of the shaft, if you mean how do you fix the shaft when the truck vibrates insanely, you either purcahase a completely new shaft or take your old one to a driveshaft shop and they can make you a new one with replaceable u-joints. hope this helps
Well, if it is a front driveshaft, the issue is a CV joint and you'll have to remove the driveshaft and take it in to be rebuilt. Taht will run you $150 or more. If it is a rear driveshaft, it will be cheaper if you remove the driveshaft and take it to a driveline shop where they can press in a new u-joint.....I'd recommend you replace both. A guess? $60 to $80
if the play is in driveshaft, replace u joints. if the play is actually in the diff, remove driveshaft and tighten pinion bearing.
That depends which model it is. On older models CV-joints were moulded into the driveshaft. To be replaced they had to be removed using a press and then warmed to be able to replace them. On these models it is often better to replace the whole driveshaft. On newer models CV-joints are attached with clips and can be replaced more easily.
Mark drive shaft and yoke to re-install in the same location to maintain factory balance Remove and discard small "U" bolts that hold driveshaft Pry driveshaft out of yoke Drop driveshaft Bring to auto parts/machine shop to have "U" joint pressed into driveshaft Replace "U" bolts Re-install driveshaft in same position as removed
Mark drive shaft and yoke to be sure to install in the same position to maintain factory balance Remove and discard 2 small "u" bolts at rear end Pry driveshaft out of yoke Slide driveshaft off splines at transmission tail piece Bring driveshaft to an auto parts/machine shop to have new "U" joint pressed into driveshaft Replace "U" Bolts with new ones
Replace universal joint on rear of driveshaft
you can't replace it you have to buy whole new driveshaft assy. about 650.00 from dealer. or go to junkyard,or driveshaft shop to see if they can cut off yoke replace bearing and re-weld which is what i did. 2004 is the only year for this.
Mark driveshaft, yoke, and transmission tailpiece so driveshaft will be re-installed in same location to maintain factory balance Remove and discard small "U" bolts at differential yoke Pry driveshaft out of yoke and up on to transmission tailpiece Pull driveshaft off of transmission Easiest to bring driveshaft to auto parts/machine shop to have new "u" joint pressed into driveshaft Replace in reverse order using new "u" bolts
no just the trans and transfercase and loosen the bolts on rear main bearing cap
u have to pull the driveshaft knock out the seal and install a new one, but if it is leaking the bushing needs to be replaced and u would need a bushing driver to install it. u can purchace a seal and bushing kit but the bushing is harder to replace
Mark driveshaft to insure the when re-installed factory balance will be maintained Remove and discard small "U" bolts at yoke Pry driveshaft out of yoke Slide driveshaft up onto splined area Slide drive shaft off yoke Bring to machine/auto parts store to have new "U: joints pressed into driveshaft Re-install driveshaft in reverse order Replace small "U" bolts
unbolt hub nut 36mm socket...then take bottom nut and bolt out that secures hub in place this will let it swing up and down...then on far side of driveshaft dr is 8 Allen key nuts to undo then simply tap driveshaft with hammer to loosen and it will pull free with with a bit of forse
Jack the car up high enough to be able to crawl under it and on the back of the driveshaft you will see 2 u bolts that have 4 nuts on them that holds the driveshaft to the rearend, take the nuts off and pull the u bolts out and then you can take the back of the driveshaft down and then you just pull it out of the tranny and you have it out.
i have a 1996 ford ranger 2.3 4 cylinder automatic ,just had the trans rebuild and driveshaft but theres still a bit of play comming from the differential ea. time i either put it in gear i feel a boom from the rear (not the driveshaft nor trans) is it a big job to replace the rear diff? and $$$ ???? Ron
the same way you would replace any hub assembly, take the wheel off, take off any bolts that connect the hub to the driveshaft and then replace it
drop the pan and replace it