Question about 1986 Pontiac Grand Am
Much easier to do this on a lift. You have to break the lower ball joint loose (and in some cars the tie rod end too), remove the axel nut, pry the a-frame down with a big pry bar between the aframe and car frame or inner fender skirt. While one person prys a-frame, the other person pulls the hub away from the car to clear the lower ball joint. Pull the axle out of the hub first, then straight out of the tranny. Use a drip pan under the tranny in case it leaks a little. Push the new axle straight into the tranny until it clicks in. put the other end into the hub and have someone pry the a-frame down again while you get the hub back into the ball joint. button her back up...
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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