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jack up the vehicle, somewhere under the frame place the jackstands. use jackstands or a cinderblock with a small pieces of wood!!!! never rely on the jack alone!!!!!!!
remove tire(s). remove the center wheel nut. remove the bolts holding the brake caliper, remove it, and tie it up out of the way. with suspension still on, try to remove the rotor from the splines on the cv shaft. if not, remove suspension but mark certain points to go back in the same way. remove any cross-members that are in the way. where the cv joins to the tranny,place a pry bar in between and apply force. they should just pop out.
Don't have an answer but I am stuck on mine still I used a wedger a pry bar got it so far and still stuck getting the CV Axel out heck I even wasted a whole can of pb blaster for this job its a 1996 Chrysler Concorde lx
Best guess would be that your CV joints need to be replaced.Mainly your passinger side,but on a car 15 years old would consider doing both sides.Constant velocity joint are like your U-joins in front wheel drive cars.You can google CV joint to see what I am talking about.Well hope this helps,and good luck.
Easy enough job really, jack car up, put axel stand under. remove wheel - remove hub nut, remove pinch bolt - prise open the pinch bolt part (sorry cant rem name) pop out the hub from the lower arm. Remove CV join from drive shaft. Usually a tap will pop it out.. sometimes theres a circlip that need removing (models vary). Grease up new CV joint - put grease in new boot, pop boot over drive shaft. put cv join on (replace circlip if provided in kit). join cv to hub - attach CV boot fully. fasten hub nut, replace wheel.
done. might need tracking again or aligning once you do this.
If water is not circulating through the radiator, the problem is more likely the water pump. Look and see if the water pump has any coolant leaking from it's vent or weep hole. If so, then the water pump is bad. As for the thermostat, follow the upper radiator hose to where it hooks on the engine. The thermostat should be located inside the housing that the hose hooks onto. Hope this helped and best wishes.
remove inner cv boot, just on inside edge is circlip which holds inner bearing joint into outer housing remove circlip and separate joint outer housing does not come out of front diff unless you drop or remove whole front diff assembly
will have to remove whole stub axle hub assembly to remove drive shaft from outer wheel stub axle (hub) assembly