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Is my Honda passports rear axle suppose to move up and down during takeoff

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  • Todd harstad Apr 25, 2017

    How would I go about checking the rubbers. Looked at them and they look fine they are not dry ir cracked and I can't seem to find any play by trying to wiggle them any suggestions

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check suspension rubbers and loose bolts

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takes parts , labor and skills. and takes and FSM if smart.

read it.

if the whole rear axle , member and all parts swapped.

body on jack stands,

you unbolt it, (look at it, see those connective parts, bingo)

then bolt it back in

and bleed brakes (yes put in new brakes too)

and drain and fill the new axle, with GL4 lube.(look up spec)



all the itty bitty steps are in the FSM, why not look.



i log in , and see replace page i paste it , below, you can log in too.





  1. Raise the vehicle and support it at the frame.




    CAUTION




    The hoist must remain under the rear axle housing.






  2. Remove the rear wheels and brake calipers or drums.


  3. Disconnect the sensor connector (4X2 ABS or RWAL) (14) or sensor connector (4X4 ABS).




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    Exploded view of rear axle assembly












  4. Remove the shock absorber nuts and washers.


  5. Remove the shock absorbers from the anchor plates.


  6. Remove the bolts from the pinion flange.



    • Mark the driveshaft and the pinion flange.


    • Support the driveshaft out of the way.




  7. Disconnect the brake lines at the axle housing.


  8. Disconnect the brake lines at the backing plates.


  9. Remove the nuts and washer.


  10. Remove the U-bolts and anchor plates.


  11. Disconnect the harness connector from speed sensor.


  12. Move the axle from above the springs.


  13. Lower the axle from the vehicle using the hoist.

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How to remove rear transmission seal from 2000 Isuzu Rodeo(Honda Passport)


the FSM covers this.
or if in USA< login to alldata.com and read.
its all there.

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1995 Honda Passport has broken rear drivers side window.


You can oder a new factory replacement from online Honda dealers such as Majestic Honda out of RI.

You can check at one of the self service parts yards such as You Pull-It.

You can have your local automotive glass shop check for used glass availability.

You can check on EBay.

You can even place a want ad in your local newspaper.

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1999 Ford Ranger jerking in the rear


The rear brakes may have some oil on them which will cause sticking/grabbing braking. Usually from leaking brake cylinders or calipers/wheel bearing seals. Pull each wheel and check. Another problem could be a bad 'U' joint at either end of the driveline. Make sure the emergency/parking brake is fully released. It's possible that a rear axle bearing is going out, but they will make a rough sound when moving. Make sure that the spring mounts are tight. Check the oil level in the differential. Shift from forward to reverse several times to see if this reoccurs each time. Get someone to watch and listen while you do this. Hope this helps!

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95 passport shakes when4x4 is engaged during acceleration


Bad u-joints at front driveline and/or u-joints at axle connection from behind rotors- going into front differential. Need new u-joints at either the driveline front and back (going into differential or to Transfer case) or the Left and Right side axles going into the differential. Put Locking (or "Lock-outs) hubs on front axles... WARN brand are best... about $75 a pair and you can do it yourself, easily.

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The cv is changed out as a rebuit unit. Buy axle CV Replacement at parts store. Go from there. The part will tell you what you need to do. good luck.

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Rear axle is bent


Go-To Car-Part.com
http://www.car-part.com/
Type the year (2000), and make (Honda Passport).
Search for Axle Assy Rear
Ignore 4x4 and focus at 4x2.
You must know the ratio - teeth (41/10 teeth, GT5) or (43/10 teeth, S7C)
(3.2L, 6 cyl, disc), 4x2 (drum brakes), 4.10 ratio (41/10 teeth, GT5)
(3.2L, 6 cyl, disc), 4x2 (drum brakes), 4.30 ratio (43/10 teeth, S7C)
1999 - 2002 Isuzu Rodeo - Honda Passport.
You can get an USED one for $600 plus shipping.
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