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How does trans come apart i have a squeak from out put shaft might be bearing

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Its not that simple! you need a workshop manual!!!!

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When my car lugs down it makes all kinds of shaking and sounds like its falling apart, its an automatic trans. what could be the cause of this?

This can be caused by several different things, such as: A bad axle shaft, the differential or transaxle bearings. The ring and pinion drive, wheel bearings etc. Any one of these will cause shaking and noise on deceleration. Check transaxle fluid level, raise vehicle front end and check for slop in the wheel bearings and check for noise while spinning the tire. The wheel bearings will often make noise when lugging down as you put it due to the weight shift to the front wheels. This also applies to the axle shafts and CV joints and the differential.

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Dryer screeches

However, due to the fact that the dryer has a heating element, (or a gas flame) and due to the fact you are putting clothes in it, you surely do not want the use oil or grease, with very rare exception.
Someone needs to pull the whole dryer apart and find out the source of the squeak. Here are some causes:
1) Some dryers drums are mounted on a shaft behind the drum, which goes in to a bearing sleeve. These can wear out, causing the squeak. I have one like that in use. 12) Some dryers have a couple of plastic and runner wheels that the drum rotates on, which can also squeak. Fix should be replacement of the wheels.
3) Some dryer drums have plastic/nylon glides or slides the drum rides on. When worn out, these can squeal.
When you take it apart, you will likely find what the problem is.
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Have a saganaw 4 speed trans the input yoke wiggles at the back were it slides in to gears front bearing is good can you remove in put to check with out splitting trans thanks 1979 elcomino

If I understand you correctly you are asking if you can remove the input shaft from the transmission without taking the trans apart. Yes you can by removing the bearing cover that go's over the input shaft, There are 4 bolts that hold it on and once you remove that cover you will see the main bearing that is held onto the shaft with a snap ring clip you do not need to remove the clip to pull the shaft out. * note * there are 2 of the snap ring clips a large 1 on the outter part of the bearing and the smaller 1 on the shaft next to the bearing and both can stay on there while removing the shaft. next i would recommened to remove the side cover where the shift levers go in so that you can easily see what you are doing from the inside as well as the outside at the same time. Make sure that it is in neutral before removing the side cover as this will help when you put it back together, The reason for that is the shift forks on the inside will hit the gears and will not let you remove the cover. after that you can begin to pull slowly on the shaft to bring it out sometimes it takes a little force to get it going. Be careful as you come out with it because inside of the input shaft there are needle bearings that will fall out and that is no big deal but you will want to make sure none of them stay in the trans. These bearings are the ones that will cause the input shaft to wiggle or have back and forth play. when you replace those needle you will want to pack the inside of the shaft with wheel bearing grease to keep the new bearings in place. Good luck hope this helps.

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Loud squeaking when you first turn on the dryer, it usually calms down after the dryer has gotten warm and the squeak is not so loud. Also tags from clothes are getting caught around the inside rim of the...

The problem is your bearing is nearing the end of its life. I just had mine apart and put a touch of axle grease on the drum main bearing, I also put a touch of this on the idler roller shaft (avoid getting any on the belt). Do not use petroleum jelly (Vaseline product) as it will turn into a liquid at the temperature the dryer runs at .

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Hotpoint wms38 1200 spin motor question

Unfortunately, you cannot fit new bearings to the motor.
Your only option is to replace the complete motor.

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Cant seperate trans from motor 2003 tiburon 2.0 manual all bolts removed

At the top of the transmission where the hydraulic clutch cylinder rod is attached, you have to remove the lever from the shaft (14mm nut), because the clutch is the 'PULL' type pressure plate bearing system. After you remove the trans, you will need to remove the bearing from the pressure plate and put it back on the input shaft collar in the trans before reinstalling the trans.

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My 96 taho makes a noise

Change the U-joints on the rear drive shaft. They don't have to move to be bad. The bearing in the joints are rusted. Be sure to mark the yolks on your drive shaft and rear diff pinion. They are ballanced are must go back in the same way you took them apart.

With that being said, did you drop the shaft an dnot put it back in the right way? that will cause a vibration. Also, have you checked to see if there is any play in your pinion shaft?

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Try using some bicycle chain lube or WD40.

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Dryer squeaks when I use it

Hi, I had a squeaky Zanussi TC482W. Had it apart (easy to do) by taking the back off. Cleaned out fluff from around the drum and greased the rear bearing. Reduced the amount of squeak but still there. Took it apart again and almost by accident discovered that the bearing that the shaft at the rear of the drum sits in is actually in two parts. The actual bearing is shaped like the olive you get in plumbing compression joints and should be free to swivvle in the housing to allow some flexibility in drum rotation. A squirt of WD40 and some gentle wiggling with a piece of dowel soon had it free and its now flexible enough to take up the slight movement of the drum about its axis . Problem solved.

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How to get the spin cycle to work?

This posting is so old you likely have resolved or given up by now. The noise is likly a dry bearing between the inner and outer tubs.

I had this same problem and have resolved it by replacing the bearing and the seals on both sides of the bearing.

Unless you have esperience at taking things apart and putting them back again and are not afraid then you might regret doing so. If confident go ahead. You might be able to replace the bearing (after packing it good with High Temp Grease). Caution: If the shaft the bearing rotates on has been dry long enough to score up the shaft pretty bad you will have to replace the transmission (in which case it is not worth fixing). Good luck!


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