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Where is rear axle housing Ford Ranger 1999?


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2008-09-12 10:32:05
2008-09-12 10:32:05

Between the 2 back wheels , in the center (differential housing) where the drive gears are


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you will have to have the axle pulled at a shop.the bearing slides along the axle shaft and seats in the axle housing.

I ASSUME axle code " 86 " is the same as it is on the ( 1996 ) Ford Ranger ( 3.73 gear ratio , conventional / non - limited slip )

open the drivers door , and on the end of the door will be information stickers the axle code will be shown on one of the stickers

The short answer for you is it's the thing the back tires are connected to that drives them.

Anywhere on the frame. On the rear, use the axle. In the front, there are tabs designed for your jack and they can be seen in front of the axle.

I was looking at the 2001 Ford Ranger Owner Guide , in the Roadside Emergencies / changing a tire section , and the drawing shows the rear leaf springs being ABOVE ( on top ) the axle tubes

its located on the back axle on the axle housing

According to www. the ranger station. com ( no spaces ) technical library in 1998 the Ford Ranger went to a Dana 35 IFS front axle . The Dana 35 IFS switched from a reverse rotation gear to a standard rotation gear . Check out the website for more information

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According to the 1996 Ford Ranger owners manual : Axle code 82 is a ( 3.08 conventional ) ( not a traction-lok )

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The axle housing is the main body of th axle.

it has no advantages because its a ford a ford ranger at the least * * * * * You can find the ideal mechanical advantage of a wheel and axle by dividing the radius of the wheel by the radius of the axle.

Wheel speed sensors, or your ABS Sensor on rear axle housing if so equipped

It contains a carrier housing on its middle, on the beam .

Inside the rear axle center housing.

The speed sensor and the rear ABS sensor are the same thing. Replace the ABS sensor on the top of the rear axle housing (center) Sorry, its a dealer item only $20.80 here in the Detroit area.

If you have a E40D transmission it is on top of the rear axle housing. If you have a 4R70W transmission, you have two. One is located in the tailshaft housing and the other is on top of the rear axle housing.

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Located on the rear axle housing and held by a mounting bolt.

Take rear cover off and losen the 6mm. head bolt. Rotate the gears and remove c-clip from axle. Slide axle out.

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

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