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Re: need to take out passager drive axle to get...
If you have everything already apart then the drive shaft should pull right out. Some times they pull out hard. Try turning it back and forth and give it a good ****. Make sure the transmission is in natural.
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unable to send these myself but you can try www.autozone.com they have diagrams pics and step by step instructions and you can check at your local library to see if they carry the car repair manuals some do and some don't :)
Sounds like the front drive axles are worn.My 89 MPV had the same "clicling" noise with an occasional clunk.The reason you feel it more in 4wd mode is because power is now being transfered thru the worn axles. I replaced both sides for approx $375(Axles rebuilt were 130 for drivers side and 110 for passenger side the rest was labor)
You own a mini van. These creations were designed by engineers to drive mechanics crazy! :-( Everything is designed with little or no access. The alternator on your van is made of aluminum (so it's silver). It is located near the crankshaft harmonic balancer. If you look at the harmonic balancer, the alternator will be at the 10 o'clock position. It is on the passenger side of the engine, behind the engine block. One of the fan belts goes to it. The pulley on the alternator has a belt on it. Follow the fan belt which goes towards the rear of the engine. Charlie PS You may have to get under the van to remove it.