Question about 1999 Dodge Avenger
Disconnect the negative battery cable.
Remove the cotter pin, nut lock and spring washer.
Loosen, but do not remove, the halfshaft nut while the vehicle is on the floor with brakes applied. Raise and safely support the vehicle. Remove the wheel. Remove the brake caliper assembly and support it from the strut coil with a piece of strong wire. Remove the brake rotor. Remove the halfshaft nut and washer. Using the proper tool disconnect the tie-rod end from the steering knuckle. If equipped with abs, remove the speed sensor cable routing bracket. If you need to, disconnect the sway bar link from the damper fork. Remove the damper fork lower through-bolts and upper pinch bolt. Remove the damper fork assembly. Using the proper tool disconnect the steering knuckle from lower control arm. Remove end of halfshaft from steering knuckle, sometimes you have to a puller to it loosened.
At the other end/inboard, use a pry bar of some kind between tripod joint and transaxle, pry the joint from transaxle, be careful. when you go back with new halfshaft be sure to use proper torque specs. I copied this info from my database. I don't know tool sizes, here is where you need a basic set of tools, wrenches and sockets, standard and metric, if your going to work on your own vehicle.
Posted on Nov 26, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Naturally you need to remove the tire then the brake caliper. After the brake caliper is removed then you need to remove the 34mm axle nut that is inside the hub. After that is removed then you can remove the hub. Becareful not to damage the hub seal on the back or you will have to buy a new hub (100 or more). Then you need to remove the strut knuckle assembly. Once the knuckle assembly is removed then you can pull the CV axle. Take care the inner CV housing is held in place by an inner snap ring. You will probably have to pry off the inner housing. Once the axle is off then install the new axle (if you buy complete axle). Make sure if you are doing both that you take care which side you are installing. I made that mistake and double the work. Slide the new axle on the spline and make sure it is seated completely. Then put back together the reverse of removal.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
you also have a coil and a ignition module that could be keeping you from getting spark. also there needs to be a trigger to fire the system usually a crank sensor have seen it run from a cam sensor though
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
You will have to open the door and remove the panel you will see on the metal rod a plastic rod connector it is off or worn out,the dealer has replacement parts,very cheap.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
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