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Not sure the question here? if your axle is making noise like a clicking grinding ratcheting type sound, then the cv joint is bad and need to be replaced. replace the axle as an assembly.

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SOURCE: need to remove front right axel,

It will take some time, but you will have to unbolt the wheel, then find your sway bar, it should be a small bar/rod that comes up and connects to a larger one, then you will take the bolts out from the bottom of the strut. Make sure you have the car on a jack stand in the front unless you have two jacks, b/c you may need a jack to lift the hub assembly back up to mount the strut.......Once you have basically disconnected everything from your hub assembly and it is hanging/moving up and down freely, (make sure you don't damage the brake lines in the process, move them safely) you will grab the top of the rotor, and pull toward you and down, then basically it is just some pulling, and pushing before you get the shaft out.

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SOURCE: the front axel grinds when i turn wheel when in in 4wd

You need to check the axle half shaft u joints. Sound like you may have one or both going out.

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SOURCE: front right side grinding sound

Possibly a wheel bearing. Get the wheel on that side off of the ground safely, and then grab the tire at the 12 and 6 o'clock positions and try to rock it back and forth.

If there is more than just a little movement, you need either ball joints or a wheel bearing.

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SOURCE: CV Axel on right Front Making grinding noise.

If you are hearing a grinding noise then it is time to replace the CVC joint.

Posted on Jul 10, 2010

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SOURCE: all wheel drive grinding noise

Chrck your wheel bearings assembly. For a "how to" video go to

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