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How to replace bearing on driveshaft of a 1992 isuzu rodeo

Replace bearing on driveshaft of 1992 isuzu rodeo

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To replace the bearing you must seperate the axle from the rear differential. Then remove the rear section of the driveshaft and then the carrier bearing assembly. Replace the carrier bearing assembly then replace the driveshaft.

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Whining in transmission

If the noise was not there before any work was done
recently,then you may be on to something

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That is a home project,not one you pay someone to do
& have no idea what was done

I do all my own work, so I can learn things & control the process

I have all drive shafts checked for being straight,install or have
installed all new joints & always have them balanced

I have all flywheels & clutch assy balanced,only when it it necessary
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