Jack the right side of the car up. Take the wheel/tire off. Remove all brake components, undo the pin over the big nut on the drive shaft, get a big enough socket to fit on the drive shaft nut, back the nut out. Pull hard to remove the half shaft. Line the new half shaft up, shove hard as hell to put it back into the transmission, reassemble. Drive and listen for noises. Jack up both the left and right sides of the car, place jack stand on each side, and insure that car is secure. 1) remove the right front wheel 2) get a 1 1/4 inch socket and break bar and you will also need a torque wrench that will go to 180ft/lb for reassembly 3) remove cotter key retaining axle nut to the axle shaft, ask a friend to hold the brake while you break loose and remove the nut. 4) try to push in the axle shaft if it pushes in the continue to number 5, otherwise go to 13). 5) remove the two 17mm bolts that retain the brake caliper, and support the caliper so that it doesn't hang by the brake line( don't want to replace it to do you) 6) remove two 22mm nut holding the two bottom ball joint to the steering knuckle. 7) remove the cotter pin and the 17mm nut that retains the outer tie rod end 8) using a ball joint separator and a tie rod separator break the 2 ball joint and the 1 tie rod loose 9) swing the steering knuckle off of the axle and out of the way 10) using a pin punch or other suitable rod drive the inner C/V joint out to towards the wheel, it may take several hard blows to break it loose but the it will come out easily 11)before reassembly check the condition of the wheel bearing as this is the time to replace it if it needs to be replaced 12) to reassembly just reverse the disassemble described above 13) if you can not push the axle in , then it is frozen to the hub, this can be a bear to get apart, if so do go back to number 5 and do everything else down to number 8) at number 8 also remove the 17mm nut holding the upper ball joint in place and also separate that joint, continue to remove the axle as described and then remove the axle and the steering knuckle in one piece, you will have to suitably support the steering knuckle while driving the axle shaft out of it I was able to you a seasoned piece of oak and a 10lb sledge hammer, but I would suggest taking it to a garage and having it pressed apart, the balance of the reassemble instruction are the same just reverse the disassembly instruction. NOTE, be very careful on cars with anti-lock brakes there is a sensor on the steering knuckle that can be easily damaged
it is on the right hand side. it say transmission on it. read the stick before you put Filide in it
remove transmission pan at right rear of transaxle, pull out old filter insert new one
It's located right on the intake tube.
On my 97 Avenger is located on the dash right above the back window defroster. It will show a symbol in red.
bottom right front of the engine
I had the same problem with a 1996 Dodge Avenger 4-cylinder manual transmission and found out that is was the Idle Air Control Motor is located right underneath the Throttle position sensor. It will run as long as a revved the engine but as soon as I would let go of the gas pedal it would not idle and it would shut-off.
Yes, If the timing is not right on. The pistons will bend your valves.
Right side rear, just forward of the right rear wheel along the chassis of the car.
right next to the motor
The Starter is located on the passenger side of the engine. It is right next to the oil filter.
I replaced the starter on my 96' Avenger. It is located right beside the oil filter. To remove the starter I had to take off the oil filter and the part connecting the oil filter to the car.
Part is about 20 dollars and easy to get at. Remove shield and it is right there. May need some transmission fluid unless you are quick.
there are 6 they are in the transmission right behind the transmission pan
Behind A/C and heater control panel, to right hand side of steering column.
I have a 98 Avenger and right after i bought is when my alarm went off ... (Ididn't even know there was an alarm....) I finally disarmed it by putting the key in the drivers door lock and unlocking it. Good Luck!
just changed my transmission fluid, filter, and gasket, in 96 dodge avenger 4 cylinder. took roughly 3.5 quarts or, just under a gallon to fill it bk up, my advice is put 3 quarts in run it till its about normal operating temp then shift gears usually from drive to reverse and let everything soak in, then shut it off dont shift gears more than a min or so, and check your level till you get her just right. best of luck pal....D
Just now am having one replaced on a 1999 Dodge Ram 2500 diesel. At the dealership it is going to be right at $3500 and will have a 3 year/100,000 warranty versus rebuilding ours with a 12 months warranty.
It is important to use the right type of transmission fluid to keep a car running well. A 2002 Dodge Caravan Se uses Mopar ATF+4 transmission fluid.
Left and right on the vehicle is determined while sitting behind the steering wheel. So the transmission is on the left side of the vehicle, hence no right trans mount.
If it is the 6 cyl. which i have if you are looking at the intake manifold it is on the back side to the right. There are 2 vacume hoses going to it, you can remove this, which i did because i had to replace it, autozone sells the egr valve for 65.99...hopefully i helped email me if you have more questions
You need to replace the speed sensor on the rear of the transmission.
yes it is the same cab all parts will bolt right on
hi the speed sensor on a 96 caravan is located right under the air filter and on the transmission to replace it you just need to remove the air filterand you will see it on top of the tranny.
you have to pull the whole transmission and remove torque converter and its right behind it.. very fun job......
Simply remove transmission oil pan and it's right there all you have to do is remove and replace.