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Could be one of two hoses it is either a vent for the front axle which it gets tied up to frame,or it is the vaccum line to the front axle for 4wd to engage front wheels and it runs up to the back side of cruise control and vaccum canister

Posted on Oct 02, 2009

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replace front axle shaft you need to loosen axle nut with vechicle weight on the wheel just unloosen axle nut dont take axle nut all the way off just loosen it enough first remove hub cap to loosen axle nut.once loosen then raise vechicle remove wheel tire.you need to remove loosen brake caliper bolts just move brake caliper out of way support caliper piece of wire dont have to disconnect brake caliper hose just move it aside let it hang with a piece clothe hanger or piece or cord dont hang caliper by brake hose will damage brake hose.you need to remove brake caliper mounting bracket.go ahead remove axle nut.you have to remove steering knuckle bolts pull steering knuckle out of the strut bracket.you can remove front axle shaft by using large pry bar to the inner cv pry inner cv joint use a little leverage front axle should pop out.when you install new axle shaft push it in place until you hear it snap in place try pull by hand make sure half shaft in place. when done axle nut torque is 191 ft lbs.strut bracket bolts torque at 133 ft lbs.if this is your first time working on vechicle let a garage do the job.but buy the new shaft then take it with you for garage to replace be cheaper take own parts help cut down costs for part just pay for labor.

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I have a hose hanging off the back of my front differential and dont know where it goes


may be the breather hose for the axle. looking around can be difficult seeing theres not alot of room. there should be a stem coming out the top side of the axle, around the pumpkin.

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Replace left front axle seal


First you'll have to remove the axle shaft, and here's detailed directions so use whatever info you need. First you'll need to jack up your vehicle place your jack just behind the front lower control arm mount. Take off your tire/wheel, remove the cotter pin and the axle nut retainer, remove the 2 caliper mounting bolts, move the caliper out of the way and support it so it doesn't just hang by the brake hose. Now, slide your rotor off, next you'll need to remove the axle nut and at 180ft lbs of torque you'll need a breaker bar or a heavy duty impact. The nut should be a 36mm if I remember correctly. Remove the bolts holding hub to steering knuckle, remove hub now you can tap it with a hammer to help loosen it from splines on axle shaft. take off the dust cover, pull the axle shaft out now, take out your bad oil seal, grease splines, then install new seal, carefully reinstall axle shaft to avoid damaging the seal, reverse steps and you're good to go. Good luck with your repair

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I have a hose hanging from my rear axle. Where is


It is a vent for the rear end. It would have been attached to a frame cross member. The fastener has probably rusted off. Use a piece of wire or a zip tie and fastn it back up. Hope this helps.

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Hose from the front differential.


This hose you refer to is the breather tube for the differential. It connects to a fitting at the top of the differential housing and runs up the back side of the radiator so you won't run the risk of water entering the differential if you submerge the front axle in water. Reconnect the rubber hose to the fitting on the differentail.

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It's just a differential vent tube. If the nipple is still there, (they sometimes rust off) just replace it with a length of hose and a clamp.

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How to replace front cv shafts on a 1997 isuzu rodeo ?


Remove tire, remove axle nut, pop ball joint off, remove clip, pull axle

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On my 1996 jeep cherokee v 8 awd I have a hose on the front axle


If there is no obvious place to attach this hose, and it doesn't appear to be broken at the end from being attached to something, it's probably a vent tube from the axle, and is nothing to worry about.

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Vacumn line hanging off front axle housing


Well is the line ****** to anything electrical on the axle ? and if not it sounds like its just the vent hose if its the vent tie it up out of the way so that no water or anything elese will get in it.

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