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That will be a Huge job. The whole front diff must come out of the car and the case will need to be taken apart to even gain acess to the carrier side bearings.
The hub bearing is where the wheel bolts up is that maybe what you are talking about?
Also the axle seal isn't that bad to do you need to remove the cv shaft then it's just a simple remove the seal and install the new one.
But all of these jobs will be big ones.
yes this is normal wear, if you have aftermaket wheels and tires the wear will be quicker do to more stress on the bearing, for the rear seal no u do not have to remove the cover if you jack up the side that has the bad seal you dont even have to drain the fluid. the outer bolts hold the axle in. there is no c clip inside the axle to remove
I cannot see it, but I am guessing that you need to replace your axle seal. To do this,you have to pull your CV shaft out. Remove the tire, remove the caliper from the top of the rotor. Using a hammer on the back, remove the rotor. Take off the spindle (axle) nut, separate the axle (CV shaft) from the hub. Replace seal. It should pop right out. Good luck!
The axle should be able to be removed by using a flat ended pry bar tool with a dull flat end. Or possibly a very large flat screw driver. Put the pry bar between the axle and transmission. With light pressure, the axle should pop out of the transmission. The axle just snaps into the transmission. There should be no need or cause to damage the seal because the seal is inset into the transmission. Just watch what you are doing. As far as replacing the seal, I do not know. I have not had to do that yet, and I have replaced both sides with new boots more than once.
You don't have to remove the whole diff to change the seals, but you will have to seperate it where the shaft meets the carrier housing. There is a clip holding the passenger axle shaft in place that you have to remove to change the seal. The drivers side axle stub can be removed with a little force as there is a spring clip holding that side in.
if you have the hubs of than you dont have much futher to go to replace the axl seals. just slide out the axls the passenger side is two pice then take out the four bolts that hold in the carrier gear then pull out the hole gear asemblie the driver side seal is in the differential housing the passenger seal you have to take of the cad unit in the middle of passenger side axle case.tech article with pictures at pavement sucks.com