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I hav installed 3 new driver side axles in last month

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If it is the inner joint that is going you are not installing them properly please be more specific why you installed 3 so far

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The popping could be from a bad CV axle joint, or a bad wheel bearing. Better get checked, sounds very worn. Raise the wheel on a jack and watch for play. Grab wheel at 3 and 9 o'clock, and shake back and forth-watch for play. Wheel bearing? CV joint -is boot still good? Ball joints at bottom of wheel attaching point to the control arm-check this for play, too.

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I changed my 1988 chevy z24 v6 5 speed driver side axle n now it's leakin fliud


If you didn't change the seal while the axle was out, chances are, THAT'S the problem.

Depending on the mileage, the seal may have gotten hard and brittle. When the old axle was taken out and the new one installed, it could have nicked the seal. Which caused the leak.

If you installed a new seal, the same thing could have happened with the seal getting nicked by the plines of the axle.

About the only solution is to remove the axle shaft and install a new seal.

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How to replace rear axel wheel bearing and seal on 2006 jeep liberty renegade 4wd


its not just the seal.... i bet,

99% of seals that fail are , the bearing is allowing , out of spec.

moving in the axle

so when doing all that hard work ? we check this first.

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Removal & Installation


  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions section.


  2. With vehicle in neutral, position vehicle on hoist.


  3. Remove differential housing cover and drain lubricant.


  4. Rotate differential case so pinion mate shaft lock screw is accessible. Remove lock screw and pinion mate shaft from differential case.


  5. Push axle shaft inward and remove axle shaft C-lock from the axle shaft.


  6. Remove axle shaft from side gear and axle tube.


  7. Remove axle shaft seal from axle tube with a seal pick.


To install:



  1. Remove any old sealer/burrs from axle tube.


  2. Coat new seal lip with axle lubricant and install seal with a seal driver.


  3. Lubricate bearing bore and seal lip with gear lubricant.


  4. Install axle shaft through seal, bearing and engage into side gear splines.


  5. Install C-lock in axle shaft end, then push axle shaft outward to seat C-lock in side gear.


  6. Install pinion mate shaft into differential case and through thrust washers and differential pinions.


  7. Align hole in shaft with hole in the differential case and install lock screw with Loctite on the threads. Tighten lock screw to 8 ft. lbs. (11 Nm).


  8. Install the differential cover.


  9. Install rear brake components.

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Driverside drive axle


find a mechanic, Shawn.
one that can diagnose the cause. guessing is $$$$$$$$$$$$$$

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1994 geo prizm replaced drive axle and wheel bearings and it sounds like the drver side axle is binding or broken or not in all the way it makes a loud knocking from the driverside like the axle is hitting...


I see there are two different axles listed, with and without abs. One is slightly longer than the other. You could have the wrong axle or it could be something inside the transmission. I doubt the passenger side axle would affect the driver side.
Can you raise the front end and make the noise with the car parked ?

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I'm replacing half shafts on 94 mazda 626 w/auto trans. Front end is off ground and supported. After removing drivers side axle shaft, I replaced it with a new one and while installing it turned it a...


Your okey
You have to turn the new axle
after you install it to check it out

The other side is going to turn,
if it didn't ,you wouldn't have the
replacement axle even in the
transaxle

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How do i chage a c/v axle on a hyundai tiburon


Specifically for 2003 Tiburon V6 6 speed, but may work for you as well.
-Loosen tire lugs
-Remove center caps with screw driver or similar tool (careful not to scratch caps)
-loosen axle nut

-Jack the car up and place on jack stands
-Chalk rear wheels
-finish removing tire lug nuts and tire
-remove cotter pin and finish removing axle nut
-remove brake pads
-remove caliper and brake assembly
-remove rotor (possible PITA), use extreme caution hammering a stuck rotor!

IMPORTANT STEP:
*remove 2 bolts from strut mount assembly. This will allow you enough clearance to "cleanly" pull axle out with minimal force/hammering. No axle puller tool necessary and no messing with the lower ball joint.

-Now gently tap the axle out of the hub assembly
-pull the rest of the axle out of the hub assembly by hand or pry with long screw driver or pickle fork. Again, since you removed the 2 strut assembly bolts, your hub assembly should have dropped down and away from the axle quit a bit to allow you enough clearance to remove axle from hub assembly

**Follow next steps for DRIVER SIDE ONLY**
-Next, place a fluid pan to catch any leaking trans fluid before removing axle from transmission side.
-Using a long screwdriver or pickle fork, pry the axle away from the transmission
-Remove entire axle and replace with new one
-Installation is reverse of removal steps. (not difficult, just line up the splines and everything should "pop" in place

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CV Axle removal and installation


The axle should be able to be removed by using a flat ended pry bar tool with a dull flat end. Or possibly a very large flat screw driver. Put the pry bar between the axle and transmission. With light pressure, the axle should pop out of the transmission. The axle just snaps into the transmission. There should be no need or cause to damage the seal because the seal is inset into the transmission. Just watch what you are doing. As far as replacing the seal, I do not know. I have not had to do that yet, and I have replaced both sides with new boots more than once.

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