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How to assemble rear cup holder when the springs have came out

Took rear console apart to clean and the springs came out not sure how to reassemble it

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SOURCE: 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee broken rear interior light buttons

rear lamp failure. did you check brake and taillight and try blinkers some of the bulbs are dual filament bulbs one filament could be bad. the console light prob could be a blown fuse.

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Need to know how to install rear struts on 1995 jaguar xj6


Hi Michael,

You need a pair of good coil spring compressors about 10 inches long that are reasonably slimline and robust enough to hold the power of the spring, trolley jack, axle stands, sockets and spanners to fit the nuts and bolts and half a dozen tie wraps, 4 inches of longer.

Jack up and support the rear of the car (if you have access to a wheels free ramp so much the better) remove both rear wheels.
Using the compressors compress the spring until you can squash it down to about 2/3rdsof its length, it will then rotate and move freely, once that is the case you have compressed it enough..
Then, and only then, undo the bottom shocker bolt, the one through the lower swing arm and remove the bolt.
Using a 1/2 inch 13mm socket and whatever extensions and wobble drives you need to achieve it, remove the 4 nuts/ (some have 4 bolts ) from the top shocker plate (directly at the top of the shocker ) releasing it from it's mounting point, once these 4 are out this will allow you to maneuver the whole assembly, spring shocker and top plate, out through the gap between the hub and the wheel arch, most can be got out without removing anything else, but occasionally I have had to remove the brake caliper to make enough room, and only once I had to take out the lower hub bolt (if you have to do this be sure to dot punch 2 marks on the disc around the head of the bolt which has graduations marked on it for rear wheel alignment, and on the hub directly adjacent to the mark you made of the head of the bolt, when reassembling you simply line up the 2 dots and your rear wheel will be back where it was before you took the bolt out.
Once you have the shocker and spring assembly out, slide the shocker out and replace it by removing the top nut through the top plate.
once done, use tie wraps to fasten the top plate to the top of the spring (makes handling it a bit easier, and reverse the removal procedure.
Most important thins when reassembling to remember, DO NOT remove the spring compressors until you have reassembled the top plate back in its mounting and re fitted the bottom shocker bolt.

Why Jaguar decided to adopt this stupid way to fit a rear spring is beyond me ! Probably to stop people from being able to change their own parts !!
The XJ40's were self contained and Much easier to remove as a whole unit !

Source, self after 20 years of working on nothing but Jaguars.

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I have a 94 jeep wrangler front left axle seal bad. I took the left side apart and not sure how to get the seal back in. Do I need to open the inspection cover on the diff. and take the gears out?



Rear Axle Notes
  1. Raise and support vehicle.
  2. Remove rear wheels.
  3. Scribe alignment marks on propeller shaft and axle for proper assembly, then disconnect propeller shaft from axle.
  4. Disconnect the track bar from axle mounting bracket.
  5. Disconnect parking brake cable at equalizer.
  6. Disconnect shock absorbers at axle tubes.
  7. Disconnect hydraulic brake hose at rear axle Tee-fitting, then tape ends of hose and fitting to prevent contamination.
  8. Disconnect axle vent tube from axle.
  9. Remove U-bolts and tie plates.
  10. Loosen spring mounting bolts.
  11. If equipped, disconnect ABS wiring connections at axle.
  12. Support axle with suitable jack.
  13. Remove spring-to-shackle attaching bolts and lower spring to the floor.
  14. Remove axle assembly.
  15. Reverse procedure to install.

Front Axle Notes
  1. Raise and support vehicle at frame behind front springs.
  2. Remove front wheels.
  3. Scribe alignment marks on propeller shaft and axle yoke for proper assembly, then disconnect propeller shaft at axle yoke.
  4. Disconnect connecting rod at steering knuckles.
  5. Disconnect shock absorbers at axle housing.
  6. Remove stabilizer bar connecting links to spring tie plates attaching bolts, if equipped.
  7. Disconnect breather tube at axle housing.
  8. Disconnect stabilizer bar link bolts at spring clips.
  9. Remove disc brake calipers, rotors and brake shields.
  10. Remove U-bolts and tie plates.
  11. Support axle assembly with suitable jack to relieve spring tension.
  12. Loosen rear spring shackle to spring attaching bolts.
  13. Remove front spring shackle to spring attaching bolts and lower spring to floor.
  14. Remove axle from under vehicle.
  15. Reverse procedure to install.

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