The seal lips, in the transmission have been ripped - if the oil coming from there - seals would have to be replaced.
Sometimes the retaining clips on FWD axles come off inside the transmission. Make sure the clip or ring comes off with the axle when you remove it. Some axles have factory recalls, be sure to check with the manufacturer of your car about "known issues". Hope this helps.
the transmission on a lawnmower is in the back of the lawnmower, follow the axles and it will lead you to the transmission
you may have a transmission problem. See the axles will break to save the transmission from damage. Or you might need to change the bushings on the suspension.
somewhere on transmission by the axles
how do you remove the transmission and cv axles on a 2004 kia rio ?
no it will not work that is a totally different trans axles
Look on the transmission by where the axles come out
in some vehicles, two axles cannot be pulled out at the same time. part of the transmission drops down and causes the problem you have now. if the wrong axles were installed, your problem may occur. finally, if the inner joint was not installed completely into the transmission, your vehicle will not move.
Usually not. A peg has to thread onto an axle and mountain bikes generally use quick release skewers so the axle is very short. But if you have a MTB with solid axles (some MTB dirtbikes and low-end MTBs have), or go to the effort of having the q/r axles replaced with solid axles, then it's doable.
This is not for beginners. You have to drain the transmission, remove the axles, remove the transmission, install the new cylinder, then replace the transmission, axles, add new synchromesh fluid to the tranny, and bleed the clutch hydraulics. You can get the whole procedure from Autozone's website.
If you are refering to the vehicle speed sensor (VSS) it is on tranny by where the axles are
no they vary form year to year and from transmission to transmission. older cavaliers where rear wheel drive newer ones where front an automatic transmission is larger than a manual so the axles on a auto will be shorter. also some years had different selections of engine sizes and thus required different transmissions so the axles would most likely be different.
You dont have to pull any axel
check cv axles, transmission, and tires.
Differential is attached to the transmission. You can find it by tracking where front wheel axles go in the transmission. The part is the differential.
The Crank shaft turns and causes the cam shaft to turn, the pumps to turn, the alternator to turn, the transmission gears to turn, the transmission causes the drive shaft to turn, the drive shaft causes the differential to turn (in rear wheel drive models) this turns the axles and the axles turn the wheels. In a front wheel model, the transmission turns the axles shaft that turns the wheels. In a 4x4 the transmission splits to turn the front drive shaft and the rear drive shaft. (then the differential and the axles etc. The other thing that is counted is the steering wheel but it never really completes a whole revolution.
A tri-axle has two live axles and a lift axle.. if it's located in front of the drive axles, it's known as a pusher... if it's located behind the drive axles, it's known as a tag axle. With a tandem axle setup (which is what tri-axles, quad axles, etc. are, albeit with the addition of dead axles), the driveshaft runs from the transmission output to the power divider. The power divider is a differential which transmits power evenly to both live axles.
On the top of the transmission where the axles go in.
To allow the vehicle to go forward or reverse. To "transmit" the engine's power to the drive axles.
On automatics, it is located at the very top of the transmission towards the back above the area where the CV axles connect to the transmission
Generally, the axles cannot be fixed, and will need to be completely replaced.
the speed sensor is located in the back of the transmission in between the axles
Not usually. Powertrain generally refers to engine, transmission,and axles.
You've got to pull the axles. take the big nut off the end of the half axles at the hub/steering knuckle. pull the axle out of the hub. Then take a big BIG prybar and pry the axle out of the transmission. Put a short length of broom handle in the transmission after you pry the axles out to keep the side gears from falling down into the case. You DONT want that.
You can use a large screwdriver placed between the inner bearing race and the transmission to CAREFULLY lever the drive axel out of the transmission.