removing an axle from 98 Honda accord
98 accord does not have a rear axle- just spindle/hub/bearing
34mm</> It is right
No, the Accord is good, solid, basic machinery in the main; nothing tricky.
36mm (use a 6 point, not a 12)...
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I'm not too sure about the 1994 Honda accord because i don't have one myself. However, in most cars the speedometer sensor is located on the transmission, close to the point of engagement between the transmission and the front axle. The speedometer is attached tho the transmission with bolt(s) depending on the car.
A trans axle is a transmission and differential rolled into one in a front wheel drive vehicle. The trans axle delivers power from the engine to the drive wheels.
When an axle breaks on a 1994 Honda Civic it is less expensive to replace it rather than repair it. Replacement axles in labor costs under $300 per side.
yes they all have the same rear ends
it can easily be removed my using a 14" black dildo
It is located an axle that connect your wheel to the transmission. If you look under the car, it is the part that has two rubber "boots" on both ends. one end is by the wheel, the other, in the transmission
To replace the axle on a 1993 Honda Civic the axle nut has to come off. The hub assembly also will need to be pulled back so the axle can be pulled from the transmission.
If the transmission housing is not cracked there is a good chance that the trans is OK. Sometimes the axle absorbs all the shock. If the housing is cracked then you may have trans problems. Mark
Did you get an alignment after replacing the axle?
The oil filter is connected directly to the back side of the engine block a few inches above the axle and is easiest to access from underneath the car.
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A 1994 Ram 1500 has a Dana44 front axle. A 2500/3500 has a Dana60 front axle.
Most Honda's require that you pull both axle shafts IN, which means some major disassembly of the front suspension. You'll need a front end alignment after you're done.
Much better to replace the whole axle, look at www.happywrenching.com for a guide on how to replace an axle in a Honda Odyssey
Thunderbirds never had a front axle