How do you change the steering shaft in a 1990 Jeep Wrangler?
No proper man wants to be without his shaft
yes you can all you need to do is change the tail shaft cover between the two transmissions
If you are asking about the gear shift then YES you can but then you have to make some internal modifications in the engine block, the cam shaft and the driving gear should be attached to the right side of the block
If you have the know how and the correct tools with some modifications you can put any motor you want in any car might have to change some major things like the gear box rear end and have a custom drive shaft made.
you can change it but you have to get either a shaft that already is compatible with the str8-fit or someone to install the shaft into the str8-fit ending.
no you have to remove all of it remember to mark the motor shaft and linkage positions
how to remove a drive shaft on a fiat doblo
Yes you can but you have to buy a whole new shaft.
with some modifications and a torque arm mount on the tail shaft, also a different driveshaft
The screw head is larger to prevent the screw from pulling threw the hole made by the shaft
YES ON ANY VECHICLE THE CRANK SHAFT SEAL CAN FAIL WITHOUT WARNING.
No you do not.
Yes you can as long as you never change your shaft again.
how do you replace half shaft on 2992 ford escape
it shouldn't be. and no it will not work
Depends on what you mean by "better". For the same dimensions, a solid shaft will be a bit stronger, but also a lot heavier. If you were to make a hollow shaft of the same weight, but a bigger diameter, it'd be a lot stronger than the solid shaft.
I don't know why you would want to because the vg30dett is a better engine anyways, but no, not without some Major modifications, plus a new transmission, drive shaft and rear differential.
I dont think you can change the inner cv boot unless you get one slightly bigger than original and fasten it to outside of inner cv joint but there will be no groove for it to sit in so it may pop off unless you get a jubilee clip on it! Otherwise its a new shaft! I work in a garage and they are a common problem but we just change the shaft, their about 50 quid or about 20 from a scrapyard
The bigger the shaft the better the force of the balls will be on the hole, as long as you get it in.
ring on drive shaft with senser next to it. usual fault! cracked by rust ring on drive shaft. change shaft.
You can but you will have to change or alter the drive shaft also.
go to a repair shop
Take it to a garage,,,