Question about 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Taking it apart is easy...putting it back together requires a dial indicator, experience experience and experience....Many good techs can't do this right and in general, you are far better off $ wise and from a reliability standoint, just finding one in a scrapyard. (only important part then is exactly matching the gear ratio.) If you only have broken spider gears, that you can do yourself...just remove the bolt that holds the cross shaft in, slide it out and remove the gears, making note of where and how many shims were under the backside of the gears.(if any)
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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