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Asked in Auto Parts and Repairs
What is the purpose of center caps on rims?
They make the wheel look pretty. When your wheel is balanced it is attached to a balancing machine, a shaft sticks out of wheel balancing machine (where wheel is attached). The wheel is then installed onto balancing machine shaft via center of wheel (requiring removal of center cap). ...
How does a shaft driven motorbike works?
Where the gearbox sprocket would be is shifted through 90 degrees. A drive shaft is connected, on a universal joint, between the gearbox and the back wheel 'bevel box' hub. The bevel box contains a bevelled pinion gear, on the end of the drive shaft, which connects to a bevelled crown wheel attached to the wheel hub; like half a reverse engineered car differential. The drive shaft is often enclosed in one leg of the swing arm, to which the bevel...
Asked in Pontiac Grand Prix, Radio
How do you remove the steering wheel with radio controls out of a 1991 grand prix?
The rubber membrane over the radio buttons has to be pulled out to reach the shaft of the steering column. Remove the screws holding the turn signal mechanism and the handle attached to it. Gently pull the mechanism out and away from the shaft. The center of the wheel is attached to the shaft by a nut on a splined shaft. After removing the nut the wheel can be wiggled and pulled off; UNLESS it is a tilt-steering mechanism. They have...
Asked in Car Computers and Sensors, Jeep Commander
Where is the tire sensor located on the 2006 jeep commander?
It is inside the wheel attached to the valve stem. It is inside the wheel attached to the valve stem. ...
Asked in Differentials, Mercury Sable
Will a wheel still move if other drive shaft is broke?
The wheel with the good drive shaft will not move the car. The differential in the trans-axle will always send power to the axle (wheel) with the least resistance. There for the side with the broken shaft will be the axle that turns. ...
Asked in Chevy Silverado
Is a 4 wheel drive transmission the same size as a 2 wheel drive transmission?
yes the internal parts are the same but to go from 4 wheel to 2 wheel may require the rear tail shaft or output shaft to be changed ...
Asked in Cars & Vehicles
What is the function of a transmission yolk in a truck?
the yolk is attached to the drive shaft by a universal joint. It slides into the transmission and allows the shaft in the trans to engage the drive shaft ...
Where is the transmission on a 2000 Corvette?
The Corvette is a rear-wheel drive vehicle and, therefore, has the transmission attached to the rear of the engine, rather than to one side as is the case with front-wheel drive vehicles. The Corvette transmission, like all RWD transmissions, is attached at the bell housing, a somewhat large circular device that tapers back to a box containing the gears. This, in turn, is attached to the drive shaft that, in turn, is attached to the rear differential which has an axle on...
How do I Remove rear wheel from lawn tractor?
The shaft is either "keyed" or splined to turn the wheel. There is probably just a nut or bolt keeping it on the shaft. Just loosen it up and hopefully the factory put some grease on the shaft so the wheel didn't rust to the shaft and it should just slide off. If it won't come off then LIGHTLY (ask me how i know) tap the inside of the wheel and see if it will slide off. If not then...