is this rear wheel drive? RWD's don't have AXLE "joints"
These were the options in 2000: [DMC]=Axle Ratio - 3.21 [DMD]=Axle Ratio 3.55 [DMF]=Axle Ratio 4.10 [DMH]=Axle Ratio 3.92 These were the options in 2000: [DMC]=Axle Ratio - 3.21 [DMD]=Axle Ratio 3.55 [DMF]=Axle Ratio 4.10 [DMH]=Axle Ratio 3.92
Replace axle on 2001 buick Lesabre
I believe that is 2.73 ( axle code " M " )
what is rear end axle ratio
Check the SPID in your glove box. one of the G** Codes will be the rearend ratio G80 means you have a locking(posi) Rearend. GU2 AXLE REAR , 2.73 RATIO GU4 AXLE REAR , 3.08 RATIO GU5 AXLE REAR , 3.23 RATIO GU6 AXLE REAR , 3.42 RATIO GU7 AXLE REAR , 2.77 RATIO GU8 AXLE REAR , 3.90 RATIO GT2 AXLE REAR , 4.77 RATIO GT3 AXLE REAR , 4.55 RATIO GT4 AXLE REAR , 3.73 RATIO GT5 AXLE REAR , 4.10 RATIO Anything else, let me know, I'll look it up. (cortex454 at gmail dot com
Depends on each individual truck. Look in your glovebox....there is a label from the factory with parts codes on it. The one with G refers to your gear ratio/ ring & pinion. GQ1 -- AXLE REAR, STD RATIO GT4 -- AXLE REAR, 3.73 RATIO GT5 -- AXLE REAR, 4.10 RATIO GU4 -- AXLE REAR, 3.08 RATIO GU5 -- AXLE REAR, 3.23 RATIO GU6 -- AXLE REAR, 3.42 RATIO G80 -- AXLE REAR, LIMITED SLIP (POSITRACTION)
I believe the axle code is listed on a sticker on the end of the drivers door The axle code will correspond to an axle ratio Once a person knows the axle code , the ratio can be looked up
Did you replace the CV joint itself? If the boot is torn then that is your problem.
the lower your rear axle ratio, the worse your mileage.