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It will be screewed into the transfur case tail shaft housing. Where the drive shaft slides into it.
If it is a 4-wheel drive theit will be on the rear of the transfur case where the drive shaft goes in it. The 2-wheel drives are on the transmission tail shaft.
Had one built for 1995 Chevy silverado z-71, rear, 65" balanced with my yoke, $275
You would need a drive shaft from a suburban
take out the four bolts where the drive shaft meets the rear end,then move the driveshaft foreward about one inch,drop the driveshaft down and pull it out.
were is the cam shaft sensor
That year don't have one.
There is 1 behind each front wheel and 1 on the transmission tail shaft if it's a 2-wheel drive. 4-wheel drive will have it on the transfur case.
No. The center shaft in the 4-wheel drive transmissions are longer so the transfur case will slid up on it. The 2-wheel drives are shorter.
It is in the disturber itself.
It is on the transfur case tail shaft.
98 chevy s10
Trying to fix a cv axle half shaft your self is difficult. Replace it with a rebuilt or new half shaft. The parts to repair yours would cost you more than a complete replacement does.
Go for it big fella!
its simple its just 4 7/16 bolts on the rear of the shaft and the front just slides out.
You can but you will have to change or alter the drive shaft also.
remove the drive shaft
Yes you can turn it with your hand when it is in 2-wheel drive ONLY.
No it is too short.
NO. The length of the center shaft on the 4x4 transmissions are longer then the 2-wheel drives so the transfur case will bolt up to it. will not interchange.
iF IT'S A 2-WHEEL DRIVE THEN IT IS ON THE TRANSMISSION TAIL SHAFT HOUSING. IF IT'S A 4-WHEEL DRIVE THEN IT IS ON THE TRANSFUR CASE TAIL SHAFT HOUSING.