Question about 2005 Dodge Dakota
CAN YOU HELP ? DAM IT I'M ON YOUR WEB SITE AND GETTING NO WEAR NOW ONE MORE TIME HOW CAN KNOW IF ITS MY U JOINTS OR TRANSMISSION TAIL SHAFT AND HAS THERE BEEN ANY RE CALLS ON MY 2005 DODGE DAKOTA.?? CAN YOU HELP ? I'M THINKING I AM WASTING MY TIME. THIS IS MY THIRD TIME I AM ASKING PLEASE CAN YOU HELP.I AM ON A DODGE TRUCK REPAIR WEB SITE BECAUSE I KEEP GETTING SOME 8 UP COMPUTER TEC I'M HERE FOR MY TRUCK NOT MY COMPUTER WHY ARE THEY ON THIS WEB SITE.?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check that the caliper slides are free and that you refiited the anti squel plates on the back of the new pads
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
CV Joint Axle Replacement - How to Repair or Replace
Over time the rubber boots of the CV joints can become cracked, torn, or otherwise compromised. Once moisture and dirt get into a CV joint and grease makes its way out, the CV joints days are numbered. Signs of impending failures are a click-click-clicking or metallic crackling noise while turning and accelerating or a clunking upon deceleration. While one can repack, reboot, and rebuild CV axles, it makes more sense for the average do-it-yourselfer to procure replacement units and swap out the old axles. If a boot is torn or missing, it is possible to save the joint if caught early enough, but usually the damage has already been done. Replacing or servicing the entire CV joint axle assembly may be the smarter move since replacing a boot may involve removing an axle, which may also involve removing half or all of the vehicle's brakes and suspension.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
well when you get a estimate they go by a general book time that it should take they are usally over by an hour or so but not very far off. you could try your self and see how long it takes
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
this depends on what type of joins you have because if you pull the join out of the transmission or transfer case inside there is a gear that run from one side to the other and if this gears has no place to relax it will fall down causing major problems this is why mechanics at the shop they do replace one side first and then the other to keep this gear in place and if you have the cv joins that are connected to the transfer case with 4 bolts on each side of the transfer case then yes you can take then out
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
I just replaced my front ujoint for the 2nd time and yes when you pull the outer axle to replace the u joint and then reinstall the axle it seems to dislodge or screw up the seal. the 1st time i had a shop do it and they fixed the seal but now its on me
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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