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Would the transaxle do this are not

Would make the left wheel shake

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Under what conditions is this occurring?

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1970 ford f250 shakes real bad when I let off the gas. Any ideas I'm stumped


it depends what shakes ? if it only dose it when your slowing right down without braking then it could be an engine mount. if your braking it could be many things from warped disks to track rod ends/ball joints/loose wheel bearings. try and trace the shake. front right-left/steering wheel/back right -left.checks to do are,jack car up and hold the top and bottom of the wheel and shake it/there should be no movement/hold the sides of the wheel and shake it/there should be no movement ( on all wheels ) grab engine and shake it while looking at both sides ( checking engine mounts ) shaking can be caused by a number of things even bad shockers. good luck

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When my car lugs down it makes all kinds of shaking and sounds like its falling apart, its an automatic trans. what could be the cause of this?


This can be caused by several different things, such as: A bad axle shaft, the differential or transaxle bearings. The ring and pinion drive, wheel bearings etc. Any one of these will cause shaking and noise on deceleration. Check transaxle fluid level, raise vehicle front end and check for slop in the wheel bearings and check for noise while spinning the tire. The wheel bearings will often make noise when lugging down as you put it due to the weight shift to the front wheels. This also applies to the axle shafts and CV joints and the differential.

Mar 22, 2015 | 1994 Plymouth Colt Vista

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Could it be the third member


You have a front wheel drive transaxle,no third member or axle

Nothing in the back that drives the car

May have a bad wheel hub bearing

Apr 04, 2014 | 2003 Nissan Altima

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Could it be the transaxle


Check your wheel bearing. That will cause the car to shake andalso make a noise

Mar 24, 2014 | 2001 Buick LeSabre

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WILL THE TRANSAXLE MAKE LEFT WHEEL SHAKE AND MAKE THUMPING NOSIE 2001 LESABRE


Have you checked the CVJ? Does it make the noise in a turn or just going straight? You did not say if you had checked the tire for roundness or a bulge which would indicate ply or tread separation.

Mar 24, 2014 | 2001 Buick LeSabre

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2001 ford windstar the right axle spin slower then the left one. What can be the problem i both two new axle and it stil spin slower then the right but it move better do i need to rebuild the trans


I don't think you can assess the condition of the transaxle by spinning the wheels.
The differential in the transaxle converts power from the transmission to the wheels by a set of gears. It would almost impossible for one side to turn at a different speed than the other.
You may have more drag on the brakes on one wheel, or the fluid in the transaxle could cause one side to go slower with the van off the ground.

Jul 05, 2012 | 2001 Ford Windstar

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Had a transmission line pulled off when being towed and need to replace it. Is there any thing I can see to help me?


no, this is one of those situations where you either have the parts to splice it back together or you need to replace the whole line. . Its a dealer part unless you can remove it and go to a autoparts house and match it up.

Aug 03, 2010 | 1995 Buick Riviera

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Changing trannys


Yep!

Here it is...

Automatic Transaxle Assembly REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
  1. Disconnect the negative terminal from the battery. Detach the wire connector at the Mass Air Flow sensor.
  2. If equipped, remove the cross brace to strut towers, as follows:
    1. Loosen the bar assembly through-bolts.
    2. Remove the inboard strut nuts.
    3. Remove the brace assembly.
    4. Reinstall the inboard strut nuts.
  3. Remove the air intake duct.
  4. Disconnect the cruise control cable from the throttle body.
  5. Remove the shift control linkage from the mounting bracket at the transaxle and the lever at the manual shaft.
  6. Label and detach the connectors from the following:
    1. Park/neutral/backup lamp switch.
    2. Transaxle electrical connector.
    3. Vehicle speed sensor and fuel pipe retainers.
  7. Remove the fuel pipe retainers.
  8. Disconnect the vacuum modulator hose from the modulator. WARNING
    You must support or remove the engine. If the engine is not support you may damage the engine, transaxle, halfshafts or many other components.
  9. Remove the three top transaxle-to-engine block bolts and install a suitable engine support fixture. Load the support fixture by tightening the wingnuts several turns in order to relieve the tension on the frame and the mounts.
  10. Turn the steering wheel to the full left position.
  11. Raise and safely support the vehicle. Remove both front tire and wheel assemblies.
  12. Drain the automatic transaxle fluid into a suitable container.
  13. Remove the right and left front ball joint nuts, then separate both control arms from the steering knuckle.
  14. Remove the right halfshaft from the transaxle only. Do not remove the halfshaft from the hub/bearing assembly. NOTE: Carefully guide the output shaft past the lip seal. Do not allow the halfshaft splines to contact any portion of the lip seal.
  15. Remove the left halfshaft from the transaxle and hub/knuckle assembly. Be careful not to damage the pan.
  16. Support the transaxle with a suitable stand.
  17. Remove the bolts at the transaxle and the nuts at the cradle member. Remove the left front transaxle mount.
  18. Remove the right front mount-to-cradle nuts. Remove the left rear transaxle mount-to-transaxle bolts.
  19. Remove the torque strut bracket from the transaxle.
  20. Remove the right transaxle mount-to-transaxle bolts.
  21. Remove the left rear transaxle mount. Remove the transaxle brace from the engine bracket.
  22. Remove the stabilizer shaft link-to-control arm bolt. NOTE: Be sure to matchmark the flywheel-to-converter relationship for proper alignment upon reassembly.
  23. Unfasten the flywheel cover bolts, then remove the cover. Matchmark the flywheel-to-torque converter installed position, then remove the flywheel-to-converter bolts.
  24. Remove the bolts attaching the rear frame member to the front frame.
  25. Remove the front left cradle-to-body bolt and the front cradle dog leg-to-right cradle member bolts.
  26. Remove the frame/cradle assembly by swinging it aside and supporting it with a jackstand.
  27. Disconnect the oil cooler lines from the transaxle, then plug the lines to avoid contamination.
  28. NOTE: One bolt located between the transaxle and the engine block is installed in the opposite direction.
  29. Remove the remaining lower transaxle-to-engine bolts and lower the transaxle from the vehicle. Be careful when removing the transaxle to avoid damaging the right-hand output shaft, shaft seal, hoses, lines and wiring.

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Van shakes while driving


I've had several of these vans with this problem, check the transaxle for low fluid. Each of mine would start shaking when the fluid was low.

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