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Driveshaft won't trn.

I am removing the transmission in my 95 camaro and I can't get the driveshaft to turn so it can be removed.

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  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    Is it 2part driveshaft or what do I have to do to just simply remove the driveshaft in order to change the clutch?

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You have to make sure the car is in neutral or it wont move.I hope that helps.

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

  • johnny jarrett
    johnny jarrett Feb 13, 2009

    the transmission has to be in neutral for the driveshaft to turn. I hope that helps you out.

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1) Flat level surface, chock the front tires.

2) Jack the rear up just until the tires clear.
USE jack stands. (DO NOT EVER just depend on a jack)

3) Remove the rear bolts holding the rear U-joint in.
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The rear half-driveshaft slips out of the front one.
BEFORE removing make a mark on the front half-driveshaft, and a matching mark on the rear half-driveshaft. The driveshaft is a Balanced unit. Should be put back together the same way, it was taken apart.

Take the driveshaft with the carrier bearing on it to a shop, so they can press the old one off, and the new one on.

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REMOVAL & INSTALLATION Town Car and Mark VII-VIII Fig. 1: The bolts retaining the rear driveshaft yoke-to-differential flange require a 12mm, 12 point wrench or socket to loosen them 91197p12.jpg
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  2. Mark the position of the driveshaft yoke on the axle companion flange so they can be reassembled in the same way to maintain balance.
  3. Remove the flange bolts and disconnect the driveshaft from the axle companion flange.
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  6. Plug the transmission to prevent fluid leakage. To install:
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  8. Remove the plug from the transmission and inspect the extension housing seal; replace if necessary.
  9. Align the slip yoke and output shaft with the marks made at removal and install the yoke into the transmission extension housing. Be careful not to bottom the slip yoke hard against the transmission seal.
  10. Rotate the axle flange, as necessary, to align the marks made during removal.
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