2003 SATURN L 300 front axle torque spec
The front axle torque specs of a 1999 Saturn is 41 ft lbs. It is the axle shaft support bracket to engine bolts.?æ
front wheel drive
No. They are All Wheel Drive or Front Wheel Drive
The 2001 Forrester front drive axle nut torque specification is 90 pounds. The front drive axle nut should be torqued in 45 pound intervals.
front bearing torque 151 ft lb rear bearing torque 63 ft lb plus 36 degrees
A front axle holds the front wheels on and on front-wheel drive vehicles transmits engine torque to the wheels. --Ken
you will probably get a lot of Torque steer
Torque steer is peculiar to front-wheel drive cars reflecting imbalance when power is sent to the front wheels. It causes a shifting sensation, moving the steering wheel to the left or to the right. It isn't a safety issue, rather it is an annoyance, one that automakers are rectifiying by making use of torque vectoring control, what sends braking power to the inner front wheel as needed.
Actually, the fastest front-wheel-drive car is the 2009 Chevrolet Impala SS. 303 front wheel drive ponies at your command, torque steer is a pain though.
If 4wd you can in an emergency only. The vehicle will be very hard to control as a front wheel drive only.If 4wd you can in an emergency only. The vehicle will be very hard to control as a front wheel drive only.
All Saturns produced for sale in the U.S. in 1994 are front wheel drive.
110 ft lbs
First FWD means Front Wheel Drive, but I assume you mean Four Wheel Drive, the torque is 175 ft/lbs then tighten till you can fit the cotter pin into the hole.
A drive shaft is found in a frnt-wheel drive vehicle. It runs from the engine and gearbox to the front wheels. The engine generates energy, known as torque. The drive shaft carries the torque to the wheels forcing them to rotate, thus moving the vehicle.
If it is a 2w drive then it is 185 ft. lbs.
Dexron 3 2 quarts
X Drive is the marketing name given to the BMW 4 wheel drive system. This system provides varible torque between the front and rear wheels.
"peel off" rotor held on by wheel lug bolts 85-105 ft lbs
Drive to your local parts store or GM dealer and they can tell you what it is.
That depends on the type of vehical, front wheel drive or rear wheel drive. Rear wheel drive vehical: Removing the transmission is the best way to go. there is less to un-hook from the trans then the motor. Also during reassembly the torque converter has to be placed on the trans and turned twice, you will feel it click into place (go on further) it must be seated before reassembly. Front wheel drive: Sorry i have no experience with front wheel drive.
If the Saturn Vue is anything like the Saturn ION, chances are it's the front sway bar bushings. A design flaw caused them to wear out prematurely. This causes a clunking noise when going over bumps. It is also very possible that it is a front control arm bushing. Start with the sway bar bushings (since they are cheap) then check the control arm bushings.
There is nothing inside a torque converter to go out. if the transmission fails to pull it may be, fluid level, front pump, control system or clutches burned.