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1995 Plymouth accliam is shuddering and is slipping in drive dont know if it is the drive axles or transaxle trans fluid is full.keep hearing that it could be left front drive axles bearings or something.

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These type of faults can only be determined by a hands on method. You need a good DIY mechanic or local garage to listen to it and give it a thorough check over.

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SOURCE: Rear Axle Bearing

i know for a fact that the bearing comes with the hub., and if the old bearing is badly damage you may need to heat it to remove it from the axel...so this may be a rather big job if your not equipt
with torch or other ...

Posted on May 31, 2008

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SOURCE: front axle bearing

if you are talking on the bearing inside the axel i will recomendo you to replace the whole axle but if you are talking about the one by the wheel meaning wheel bearing then replace just the wheel bearing

Posted on Jun 21, 2008

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SOURCE: transaxle oil seal driver side

It should just pop out with a healthy screwdriver! But getting the new one in can be 'fun'! Make sure it goes in straight! That's the tricky part! Good luck! Frankster016

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SOURCE: renault laguna 1.9dci 2004 estate shudder

Hi just a thought but have you checked the C.V joints, Hope this helps

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SOURCE: i need to replace the left side drive bearing and axle seal in a 4t60e trnny. can it be done with the tranny still in the car?

the axle seal yes. the drive bearing? are you talking the one inside the trans or the cv joints or the outer wheel bearing the bearings inside the tranny cannot be replaced without pulling the trans out.the others can be.

Posted on May 20, 2009

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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.

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Have to rebuild the transaxle

You changed the fluid on an already slipping
trans,now it is worse.

Too old a vehicle to put time & money into

I owned a trans repair shop in the early 1990's
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Well, the car is 20 years running on the road, one can expect gaskets and seals to start leaking. If you stop the leak and keep it full, you may be alright. But running low fluid for very long will definitely damage the transmission, so do get it fixed, and keep it full but not overfull till fixed. There aren't that many places for an automatic to leak. There are axle seals where the two front axles go into the transaxle. Fairly easy to replace. There is a gasket where the bottom fluid pan bolts to transaxle. Also fairly easy to replace. There are two fluid cooling lines from transaxle to radiator or to a small radiator-like cooler in front of radiator. Leaks can develop in the lines, at the fittings where they connect to transaxle or to the radiator. Leaks anywhere there should be fairly easy to fix. There is another seal, a front transaxle seal, and if bad, fluid will be dripping off the bottom front of the tranny where it mates to the engine. If this seal is bad, the transmission will have to be removed from vehicle to replace it. A $5 seal, but the fix requires pulling the transaxle-ouch! That is about all the places where leaks can develop-except there may be some bolted on or screwed in fittings (like the reverse light switch, for one). These fittings would have seals, O-ring seals, or gaskets that may start leaking.
If it gets low on fluid that fast, it would seem that you should be able to spot where it is leaking. Use rags and wipe off all the old fluid and dirt from the transaxle. After a drive and then parked, you may be able to see where the leak has allowed new fluid to escape. Good luck.

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1995 ford aspire trans axle fluid level


you should see a plug that looks different from the oil drain plug on the transmission pan, or near the bottom, on the side of the transmission.
remove, drain. You refill through the dipstick tube for trans fluid.
If it's a manual trans, there will be another plug higher up on the trans.
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Also on the manual trans, some people just remove the shifter and add fluid in the large hole up top.
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I have a 1999 Plymouth Breeze it has 98000 miles and it just started leaking oil. It leaks only when I park it. It is not leaking in or on the enginee and i dont smell anything. what could be wrong.


You have to get the car up off the ground & properly support it,
and look for the leaks

We can not guess or do that for you over the internet

What kind of oil motor or trans

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