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How to remove inner CV joint on a 2005 kia amanti


To remove an inner CV joint, you must remove the entire half-shaft from the vehicle. Here is the procedure:

  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions Section.
  2. Remove or disconnect the following:

    Front wheel Spindle nut Lower ball joint from the knuckle
  3. Press the stub shaft out of the hub, use a plaster hammer if necessary.
  4. If removing the left side halfshaft:
    1. Using a suitable pry bar, pry the inner joint out of the transaxle.
  5. If removing the right side halfshaft:
    1. Using a suitable pry bar, pry the inner joint out of the center bearing bracket.
    2. Remove the center bearing bracket mounting bolts.
    3. Using a suitable pry bar, pry the center bearing bracket from the cylinder block.
    4. Remove the inner shaft from the transaxle.


    The individual joints CAN be replaced, but this requires disassembly of the half-shaft by cutting the clamps that hold the boots and frankly is a greasy mess. Remanufactured half-shafts are available for less than $100 USD and are already assembled for immediate installation.

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How to front trans axle seal 1998 Monte Carlo


you have to pull the half shaft out on the side the seal is leaking then pop out the seal and install new seal. this means r&r the wheel, brake, separate the lower ball joint, remove the half shaft axle nut, remove the half shaft from the spindle and pull out half shaft from trans. install in reverse order.

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2002 gmc 3/4 tom 2 wheel rear axle seal replacement, free floater , how do remove the axles ?


got me here but if this is like a astro van then you have take the plate off the back of the diff and inside you will see the crownwheel ,now where the suns and planets are their is a 10mm bolt head ,take this bolt out and then the planet wheels support shaft comes out ,once this is out remove the planet gears and then you will see the end of the half shaft on which is U shaped retaining clip just slide it out ,you will still no doubt need a puller to remove the half shaft or turn wheel opposite way around and place a plank against it and hit with a 7kg hammer as this will often do it for you ,the new seal comes with bearing as a complete unit .this is the procedure for a astro van but i think it may be the same axles on this and your vehicle

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Axle will not come out of the axle housing


I quote from service manual

1 . Raise and support the truck. Remove the rear wheels, the brake drum or brake caliper and rotor. If this is a disc brake, support caliper with wire. Remove seal retainer nuts from axle
housing.

2 . Pull out the axle shaft from housing. Remove the snap ring and bearing race from the axle shaft. Cut the bearing retainer. Break the bearing cage using a hammer and chisel and remove cage and rollers.

3 . Remove the oil seal, the seal retainer and the parking brake assembly (rear). Using a hydraulic press and bearing splitter, press the inner race from axle shaft. Inspect axle shaft for seal wear. Ensure that the shaft is not bent.

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1985 M Benz Sd differential s half shafts


first remove the differential half shafts and drive shaft, remove rear cap, loose the bolts on each end bearing,remove the differential assy. then replace bearings

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1987 Toyota Celica ST half shaft


pull wheel, remove nut on half shaft, calaber, brakes, roader, tie rod, lower control arm, pop out half shaft from knuckle reinsert shaft to tranny and put back together easy looking about an half hour to an hour

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93 OLDS HALF SHAFT REMOVAL LEFT SIDE


the procedure to remove them is here As for the seal you should be able to pry the old one out once you have removed the half shaft with a screwdriver or ask at your local parts store if they can rent/sell you a seal removal tool
hope this helps!

Feb 19, 2009 | 1993 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

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Replace alternator


I have a 2001 Mazda Tribute. To change the alternator; the factory procedure at the dealership says to drop the sub-frame from under the front of the vehicle. Then everything is accessable. The tech at the dealership told me how they do it: (Its not easy!!) 1. Remove the right front tire 2. Remove dust pan from right front 3. Remove the brake caliper and caliper bracket 4. Remove the 2 bolts from the half shaft support bracket 5. Remove the half shaft axle assembly 6. Remove the serpentine belt 7. Remove the 3 bolts holding the alternator in place 8. Remove the 3 bolts holding the alternator mounting bracket 9. Remove the alternator mounting bracket 10. Remove the electrical connection on the alternator 11. Remove the alternator by turning the alternator until it will come out of the opening 12. Repeat process in reverse for installation. I did this twice in two weeks because of a bad alternator. The studs that are spot welded on the half shaft bracket will try to keep you from being able to remove the alternator. The left stud on the bracket popped out, when we were removing the alternator and it seemed to make it easier to get the alternator out. I just put a lock washer on the back side of the stud when I mounted the half shaft and it worked fine. Good luck

May 15, 2008 | 2002 Mazda Tribute

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