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Why does my rear axle swing up or down when I take off hard or stop suddenly

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Brake problems


from your description , the problem is in the brake booster
nothing should have popped out as boosters either have the link back to the pedal or a rod from the pedal that goes into the booster
the valve as you call it could be the unit that controls the amount of vacuum needed to operate the booster diaphragm and with that not operating correctly you have no boost assist for the pedal

Jan 09, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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SHOW DIAGRAM OF RENAULT SCENIC REAR AXLE


Without seeing the vehicle, the only suggestion I can make is to look at the vehicle and ask yourself some questions.
Does the section I want to replace unbolt?
Do I have the tools to remove this section?
Can I find this part at a wrecking yard and what tools do I need?

This is assuming the vehicle is front wheel drive--

Good luck--

I hope this helps!

Nov 06, 2012 | Renault Cars & Trucks

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2008 Mercury Mariner rear axle is leaking. Is there a possibility I can just tighten it down or will it require me to replace it?


You have to loosen the rear suspension on that side

Remove the axle nut & pull the knuckle clear of the axle

Then remove the axle on the side that leaks

Change the seal & replace axle,etc.

Jul 08, 2012 | 2008 Mercury Mariner

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Hi. how would i repair a rear axle for a 2006 toyota corolla? i dont have a lift so will i need to take it to an autobody shop? if so how much do these repairs cost usually?


What are going to do to repair the axle? There really is no axle on front drive cars, the wheel assembly is connected to a hub that is mounted to the frame through swing arms. And, you would not take your car to a autobody shop for mechanical work. The cost of repairs depends on what is being done.

Nov 29, 2010 | 2006 Toyota Corolla

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How to remove the left front axle from a 1995 toyota camry


Jack up the vehicle and support it with a suitable jack stand.Remove the lug nuts, then remove the wheel assembly.Remove the brake caliper, then the brake caliper bridge and swing the caliper so it is out of your way.Then loosen and remove the axle hold down nut for the axle shaft.After that loosen and split the lower control arm from the spindle.Swing the spindle towards you and push the axle in so it falls thru the spindle.Then you can pry the axle swiftly out of the trans by using a firm prybar.You will hear a POP and the axle will release, this is normal.Be prepared with a drain pan to catch the trans oil.Installation is opposite of removal.Be sure to top off the fluid level when finished.Hope I could help, Rate me accordingly, Thanks!

Oct 11, 2010 | Toyota Camry Cars & Trucks

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I'm trying to service the rear differential but can't find the plug 2 put my gear oil in...help pls...


Look up high, on the differential case. Fill the gear oil there.

When I looked it up on my online resource it says there is a vent hose at the top of the differential, #7.

Rear Axle Axle Housing Assembly Removal & Installation To Remove:
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  1. Raise and support the rear of the vehicle safely using jackstands under the frame. Position a floor jack or a second set of jackstands to support the rear axle housing. If a floor jack is being used, take care when removing the U-bolts to keep the axle from suddenly dislodging.
  2. Remove the rear wheels and drums for clearance and to remove some weight from the axle housing.
  3. If equipped, remove the axle vibration dampener.
  4. Matchmark and remove the rear driveshaft from the pinion flange. Either remove the shaft completely from the vehicle or support it aside from the undercarriage using safety wire, but DO NOT allow the shaft to hang from the slip joint.
  5. Remove the shock absorber-to-axle housing retainers, then swing the shock absorbers away from the axle housing.
  6. Disconnect the brake lines from the axle housing clips and the backing plates (wheel cylinders). NOTE: When disconnecting the brake lines from the wheel cylinders, immediately plug or cap the lines to prevent system contamination or excessive fluid loss.
  7. If applicable, unplug the speed sensor connectors at the junction block.
  8. Disconnect the parking brake cable(s).
  9. Disconnect the axle housing-to-spring U-bolt nuts, washers. U-bolts and the anchor plates.
  10. Remove the vent hose from the top of the axle housing.
  11. Remove the axle with the help of an assistant by moving it to clear the leaf spring, or if desired, the leaf springs can be disconnected from the frame at the rear end to lower the axle down and back, but first refer to the leaf spring procedures for information regarding spring installation and removal.
To Install:
  1. With the help of an assistant, carefully position the rear axle into the vehicle.
  2. Connect the vent hose to the axle housing.
  3. Be sure the housing is properly positioned on the leaf spring, then loosely install the U-bolts, anchor plates, washers and nuts.
    • Tighten the U-bolt nuts in a cross pattern to 18 ft. lbs. (25 Nm) to make sure everything is evenly seated. Then tighten the nuts in steps to 41 ft. lbs. (55 Nm) on 1994-95 models or 74 ft. lbs. (100 Nm) on 1996 and later models.
  4. Remove the caps from the brakes lines then connect the lines and secure them to the axle housing.
  5. If removed, connect the parking brake cable(s).
  6. If applicable, attach the speed sensor connectors to the junction block.
  7. Align and install the driveshaft assembly. Refer to the procedure earlier in this section for details.
  8. Install the shock absorbers to the lower mounts, then tighten the mount nuts.
  9. If equipped, install the axle vibration dampener.
  10. Install the brake drums and the tire/wheel assemblies.
  11. Properly refill the brake master cylinder and bleed the hydraulic brake system.
  12. Check the fluid level in the rear axle assembly and add, as necessary. Make sure the vehicle is level when checking and adding fluid.
  13. Remove the jackstands and carefully lower the truck.
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Oct 08, 2010 | 2000 GMC Jimmy

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I need to add 80-90W oil in my rear diff, however, I can't seem to find the plug to pull to add in said oil. can anyone help? What am i missing?


Axle Housing Assembly Removal & Installation To Remove:
Exploded view of the rear axle mounting 88457g85.gif

  1. Raise and support the rear of the vehicle safely using jackstands under the frame. Position a floor jack or a second set of jackstands to support the rear axle housing. If a floor jack is being used, take care when removing the U-bolts to keep the axle from suddenly dislodging.
  2. Remove the rear wheels and drums for clearance and to remove some weight from the axle housing.
  3. If equipped, remove the axle vibration dampener.
  4. Matchmark and remove the rear driveshaft from the pinion flange. Either remove the shaft completely from the vehicle or support it aside from the undercarriage using safety wire, but DO NOT allow the shaft to hang from the slip joint.
  5. Remove the shock absorber-to-axle housing retainers, then swing the shock absorbers away from the axle housing.
  6. Disconnect the brake lines from the axle housing clips and the backing plates (wheel cylinders). NOTE: When disconnecting the brake lines from the wheel cylinders, immediately plug or cap the lines to prevent system contamination or excessive fluid loss.
  7. If applicable, unplug the speed sensor connectors at the junction block.
  8. Disconnect the parking brake cable(s).
  9. Disconnect the axle housing-to-spring U-bolt nuts, washers. U-bolts and the anchor plates.
  10. Remove the vent hose from the top of the axle housing.
  11. Remove the axle with the help of an assistant by moving it to clear the leaf spring, or if desired, the leaf springs can be disconnected from the frame at the rear end to lower the axle down and back, but first refer to the leaf spring procedures for information regarding spring installation and removal.
To Install:
  1. With the help of an assistant, carefully position the rear axle into the vehicle.
  2. Connect the vent hose to the axle housing.
  3. Be sure the housing is properly positioned on the leaf spring, then loosely install the U-bolts, anchor plates, washers and nuts.
    • Tighten the U-bolt nuts in a cross pattern to 18 ft. lbs. (25 Nm) to make sure everything is evenly seated. Then tighten the nuts in steps to 41 ft. lbs. (55 Nm) on 1994-95 models or 74 ft. lbs. (100 Nm) on 1996 and later models.
  4. Remove the caps from the brakes lines then connect the lines and secure them to the axle housing.
  5. If removed, connect the parking brake cable(s).
  6. If applicable, attach the speed sensor connectors to the junction block.
  7. Align and install the driveshaft assembly. Refer to the procedure earlier in this section for details.
  8. Install the shock absorbers to the lower mounts, then tighten the mount nuts.
  9. If equipped, install the axle vibration dampener.
  10. Install the brake drums and the tire/wheel assemblies.
  11. Properly refill the brake master cylinder and bleed the hydraulic brake system.
  12. Check the fluid level in the rear axle assembly and add, as necessary. Make sure the vehicle is level when checking and adding fluid.
  13. Remove the jackstands and carefully lower the truck.
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Sep 09, 2010 | 2000 Chevrolet Blazer

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WHAT IS THE PROPER WAY TO INSTALL A Composite Rear MonoSpring ON A 1979 CORVETTE


you bolt the leaf spring to the axle first it locates on the bolt head that holds the spring together into a hole in the top of the axle shaft then locate the front spring hanger ,then the swinging rear hanger

Jun 14, 2010 | 1980 Chevrolet Corvette

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When you start to take off the rear end hops until you get going so fast then it quits and that is the only time it does it


you may have a driveline problem. the driveline may have gone out of round. And that causes the rear of the vehicle. Can you recall if you hit solid under your vehicle at some point ? check to see if you can 'see" anything out of the ordinary with the driveline. If not check the suspension. struts or shock absorbers. Push down at the back of the vehicle hard. if the shocks/struts are good it will only spring back up and stop. If they are bad the vehicle will bounce more than once. you need shocks /struts. I think it may be the driveline that is out of line and needs replacing.

Oct 29, 2008 | 1997 Nissan Pickup

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Front axel


Remove the wheel and the brake caliper. Remove the two 18mm bolts that hold the brake caliper bracket, and remove it and the rotor. Remove the small bolt that holds the antilock brake sensor and remove the sensor. Remove the 32mm axle nut. The nut may be hard to remove but it is right hand thread. You can remove the two 18mm bolts from the bottom of the strut and swing the whole wheel bearing assembly out just barely far enough to remove the axle without removing the lower ball joint. The axle is splined in the wheel bearing assembly and you can knock it out with a block of hard wood and a hammer. Reach back along the axle with a long extension and remove the two nuts holding the axle carrier bearing. Be careful not to let the axle fall down and damage the axle seal in the transmission. The axle should slide easily out of the transmission and only a tiny bit of fluid will leak out. Hope this helps. Good luck.

Jun 23, 2008 | 2000 Isuzu Rodeo

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