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SOURCE: 2008 Impala axle shaft torque spec

118 ft lbs

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SOURCE: need front wheel bearing axle

Lug nuts are 140 ft-lbs, The axle nut is 177 ft-lbs.

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SOURCE: 2004 chevy trailblazer 4 wheel drive front axle

The torque spec is 103ft lbs. Most axle nuts on 4wd are around 100lbs, I have worked on cars for a while, so I usually tighten it down "wrist" tight, and give it a 1/4 turn. Always ends up being between 90-105lbs. Thanks.

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How do i change the front axle on a 2004 impala


You will need a large socket to fit the nut on the end of the CV axle shaft. You will also need a breaker bar to remove this nut. You will need a torque wrench capable of achieving the correct torque when replacing the nut on the replacement shaft. You will need a relatively heavy (3-pound) hammer and a pry bar to remove the axle shaft from the transmission housing. You should break the axle nut loose prior to raising the vehicle off the ground as it is very tight and may not come loose easily once raised. If you use an impact wrench then the need to do this before raising the vehicle is not as great. You need to raise the vehicle on jack stand(s). Remove the wheel from the side you are replacing. Remove the brake caliper and rotor assembly as well. Remove the axle nut. The axle must be pulled free of the hub spline by pushing it out backwards. This is not usually possible without either (1) separating the lower ball joint from the lower control arm, or (2) unbolting the lower control arm assembly from the subframe and pulling it outward and to the side.
Be careful when pushing and pulling on the axle shaft. The outer CV joint is fixed, but the inner joint can be pulled out too far and become separated. This will make removal much more difficult. Once you have freed the outer CV joint from the hub, then you need to use the prybar and hammer to tap the inner joint out of the transaxle. It snaps in place and will take a few attempts to achieve. Be careful if trying to pry on the transaxle housing as it is cast metal and can break easily. Once you have the inner joint free you can remove the shaft. There may be some transmission fluid leak from the seal when you remove the shaft. Insert the new shaft into the transaxle. Push it in to snap it into place. You can pull back about an inch or two to help get the force necessary to pop it in, but again be careful not to overextend the inner joint. Once the inner joint is in place, slide the outer joint back through the hub splines. Reconnect the ball joint/lower control arm. Replace the axle nut (use the one supplied with the new shaft. Torque to proper specifications. Replace the rotor/caliper/wheel.

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Torque specifications 2000 chevy impala wheel bearing


The 2000 Chevroleticon1.png Impala is a sedan available in a pair of different versions, the base model and the LS. The Impala's torque specifications depend on the model, as the base and LS have different engines

Read more : http://www.ehow.com/list_7412083_2000-impala-torque-specifications.html

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