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Axle pops out of transmission

Wore edges of the axel and pops out after u tighten the axle nut!!! HELP=]

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  • katiej_20080 May 29, 2009

    its poppin out of the transmission when i bolt it in it pulls away from the trans!?!

  • katiej_20080 May 29, 2009

    its poppin out of the transmission when i bolt it in it pulls away from the trans!?!

  • katiej_20080 May 29, 2009

    its only stripped on barely a cintemeter/on the other side of the ring on the axel/ prob. be ok if i get the little tiny particles of metal out really good there isn't much but it should help !!!!

  • Ryan
    Ryan May 11, 2010

    is it poping out of the transmosion or the hub ?

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"be ok if i get the little tiny particles of metal out really good there isn't much but it should help"

not only do i agree with matt_tiffany, but if you have metal on the out side think of whats on the inside. get a new axle clean out all metal particles you can. and change your trany fluid when everything else is done.

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I would suggest getting a new CV axle. If it it stripped it probably wasnt installed right at some point in time and needs replaced before you end up needing a new tranny.

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