Question about 2005 Mitsubishi Endeavor LS
Remove tire. remove axle locknut in the center of spindle. remove lower ball joint . swing the spindle out of the way and separate the axle from the spindle. pull axle out of transmission
Posted on Mar 30, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The passenger side has a inner and outer shaft and you would remove the axle nut and shaft from spindle then the center bracket and bearing (two bolts against engine block), sliding out the axle assembling at that point, or jerking it out, careful not to pull on the cv axle end but rather the jack, or inner, shaft. After removal, separate the middle by hanging upside down and taking a hammer to it, striking the inner shaft while turning around. Dont hit the dust shield or seals. Install in reverse order. Quick tip: you may get around removing ball joint by only removing both strut bolts, and possibly tie rod end bolt.
Posted on Apr 15, 2014
if you have floating rotors in the front then no.
But if you have locking hub units in the front then yes the bearing will have to come apart.
But if there is only one nut and you can see the threads through the wheel then no you have floating rotors, and sometimes are rusted to wheel bearing and are a pain to get off. Call the parts department and ask whether these are floating rotors or not. This will clarify everything
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
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