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Will a transaxle from a 580e bolt up to a 580c?

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It should fit

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Show me how to repair a cv joint Saturn vue 2006?

Transaxle Removal & Installation

Fig. Disconnect the shift control cable (3) from the range select lever (4)
  • Remove the upper transaxle to engine bolts (1, 3, 5, 6) and stud (2).

    Fig. Remove the upper transaxle to engine bolts (1, 3, 5, 6) and stud (2)
  • Safely support the engine.
  • Remove the transaxle mount to transaxle bolts.

    Fig. Remove the transaxle mount to transaxle bolts
  • Remove the transaxle mount to frame rail bolts.
  • Remove the mount from the engine.

    Fig. Remove the transaxle mount to frame rail bolts
  • Remove the left transaxle mount
  • Raise and safely support the vehicle.
  • Remove the front wheel and tire assemblies.
  • Remove the splash shield.
  • Remove the bolts (2, 3) from the transaxle brace.
  • Remove the transaxle brace (1).

    Fig. Remove the bolts (2, 3) from the transaxle brace
  • Remove the starter.
  • Mark the relationship of the flywheel to the torque converter for reassembly.
  • Use the J 43653, Flywheel Holding Tool, to prevent the crankshaft from rotating.
  • Remove the torque converter to flywheel bolts.
  • Remove the nut holding the transaxle cooler line retainer to the transaxle.
  • Disconnect the transaxle cooler lines from the transaxle.
  • Disconnect the Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS) wiring harness from the sensor.
  • Remove the steering gear intermediate shaft pinch bolt.
  • Disconnect the tie rods from the steering knuckle.
  • Disconnect the stabilizer shaft links from the stabilizer shaft.
  • Disconnect the ball joints from the steering knuckles.
  • Remove the frame.
  • Disconnect the wheel drive shafts from the transaxle.
  • Support the transaxle with a suitable jack.
  • Remove the lower transaxle to engine bolts (5, 6, 7, 8).

    Fig. Remove the lower transaxle to engine bolts (5, 6, 7, 8)
  • Separate the engine and the transaxle.
  • Remove the transaxle from the vehicle.
  • Flush the transaxle cooler and the lines with J 35944-A, Transaxle Oil Cooler Flusher.
  • Remove the following only if replacing the transaxle.
    1. Remove the shift cable bracket bolt (3), nut (1), and bracket (2).
    2. Remove the PNP switch.
    3. Remove the transaxle mounts.

      Fig. Remove the shift cable bracket bolt (3), nut (1), and bracket (2).
  • To install:
    1. Install the following if previously removed
      1. Install the shift cable bracket (2), bolt (3), and nut (1).
      2. Tighten the bolt (3) and nut (1) to 16 ft. lbs. (22 Nm).
    2. Install the PNP switch.
    3. Install the transaxle mounts.
    4. Position the transaxle in the vehicle.
    5. Install the lower transaxle to engine bolts. Tighten the bolts to 55 ft. lbs. (75 Nm).
    6. Install the wheel drive shafts to the transaxle.
    7. Install the frame.
    8. Lubricate the transaxle cooler pipes before inserting into seals.
    9. Connect the transaxle cooler pipes to the transaxle.
    10. Install the transaxle cooler pipes retainer nut. Tighten the nut to 62 inch lbs. (7 Nm).
    11. Use the J 43653, Flywheel Holding Tool, to prevent the crankshaft from rotating.
    12. Install the torque converter to flywheel bolts. Tighten the torque converter bolts to 44 ft. lbs. (60 Nm).
    13. Install the starter.
    14. Install the frame.
    15. Install the steering gear intermediate shaft pinch bolt.
    16. Connect the ball joints to the steering knuckles.
    17. Connect the stabilizer shaft links to the stabilizer shaft.
    18. Connect the tie rods to the steering knuckle.
    19. Connect the wiring harness to the VSS.
    20. Install the transaxle brace.
    21. Install the transaxle brace bolts. Tighten the bolts to 39 ft. lbs. (53 Nm).
    22. Install the front splash shields.
    23. Install the front wheel and tire assemblies.
    24. Lower the vehicle.
    25. Install the left transaxle mount.
    26. Install the upper transaxle to engine bolts and stud. Tighten all of the bolts and stud to 55 ft. lbs. (75 Nm).
    27. Untie the radiator, air conditioning condenser, and fan module assembly.
    28. Remove the engine support fixture.
    29. Connect the transaxle wiring harness to the main transaxle electrical connector, and the PNP switch.
    30. Install the shift control cable to the shift control cable bracket. Ensure the cable retaining clip is fully seated.
    31. Connect the shift control cable to the range select lever.
    32. Connect the air duct hose to the intake plenum.
    33. Install the battery tray.
    34. Inspect the transaxle fluid level.
      It is recommended that Transmission Adaptive Pressure (TAP) information be reset. Resetting the TAP values using a scan tool will erase all learned values in all cells. As a result, the ECM, PCM or TCM will need to relearn TAP values. Transaxle performance may be affected as new TAP values are learned.
    35. Reset the TAP values

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    How difficult is it to replace an engine in a 200 kia sephia

    1998-01 Models
    NOTE: The procedure for removing the engine requires removing
    the transaxle along with the engine as an assembly. As a result, when the
    halfshafts are pulled from the transaxle, a special plug/side gear holding tool
    is recommended.

    1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the precautions in the beginning of
      this Section.
    2. Properly relieve the fuel system pressure.
    3. Remove or disconnect the following:

      • Battery cables
      • Battery and tray

    4. Drain and recycle the engine coolant.
    5. Remove or disconnect the following:

      • Data Link (DLC) from the Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor bracket
      • Intake Air Temperature (IAT) and Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor connectors
      • Air intake hose from the throttle body
      • Ventilation hose and fresh air duct
      • Accelerator and, if equipped, cruise control cables
      • Air cleaner assembly
      • Brake booster and purge control vacuum hoses from the intake manifold
      • Upper and lower radiator hoses
      • Fuel hose from the fuel injector rail
      • Heater hoses
      • Idle Air Control (IAC) and Throttle Position (TP) sensor connectors
      • Fuel injector electrical connectors
      • Starter and generator electrical connectors
      • Engine ground strap
      • Left and right splash shields
      • Exhaust manifold heat shield and 3 power steering pump bracket bolts
      • Air conditioning compressor mounting bolts and position it aside leaving the
        hoses attached
      • Ground strap from the top of the transaxle
      • No. 4 engine mount
      • Input/turbine speed sensor connector, if equipped with an automatic
      • Back-up light switch, if equipped with a manual transaxle
      • Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS)
      • U-clip from the selector cable and the nut and washer from the transaxle
        linkage, if equipped with an automatic transaxle
      • Linkage and extension bar, then the clutch release cylinder and hydraulic
        hose, if equipped with a manual transaxle
      • Transaxle range switch and solenoid valve connectors, then the 2 transaxle
        oil cooler hoses, if equipped with an automatic transaxle
      • Front wheels
      • Oxygen (O2) sensor electrical connectors
      • Front exhaust pipe
      • Halfshafts

    6. Properly support the engine/transaxle assembly.
    7. Remove or disconnect the following:

      • 2 No. 2 engine mount-to-mounting member mounting bolts
      • 1 bolt from the No. 3 engine mount
      • 3 No. 1 engine mounting bolts, then carefully lift the engine/transaxle
        assembly from the vehicle

      To install:

    8. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure. Note the following
      important steps.
    9. When possible, leave the engine mounting nuts/bolts loose (hand tight) until
      all mounts are aligned and bolted. This may help in aligning the
      engine/transaxle assembly in the vehicle.
    10. Tighten the engine mount bolts/nuts as follows:

      • No. 1 mounting bolts: 50-70 ft. lbs. (67-93 Nm)
      • No. 3 mounting bolts: 63-86 ft. lbs. (85-116 Nm)
      • No. 2 mounting nuts: 28-38 ft. lbs. (38-51 Nm)
      • No. 4 mounting bolts: 47-66 ft. lbs. (64-89 Nm)
      • No. 4 mounting nuts: 49-68 ft. lbs. (68-93 Nm)

    11. Install new circlips on the inner CV-joint stub shafts, if equipped,
      intermediate shaft. Grease the shaft splines before installing the
      halfshaft/intermediate shaft into the transaxle.
    12. Always install new gaskets and/or O-rings. Use new self-locking nuts,
      especially on the exhaust.
    13. Fill the engine and the transaxle with the proper types and quantities of
      oil. Fill the cooling system.
    14. Connect the negative battery cable, start the engine and check for leaks.
      Check all fluid levels.

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    1. Disconnect battery ground cable, then remove air cleaner assembly.
    2. Disconnect electrical connectors at transaxle, then remove wiring harness retainer to transaxle shift cable bracket.
    3. Remove shift cable bracket and heat shield assembly, then wire cable/bracket assembly to body.
    4. Disconnect vacuum supply to modulator at transaxle, the remove transaxle indicator tube retaining bolt.
    5. Remove battery ground cable from grounding stud, then remove stud.
    6. Install suitable engine/transaxle support assembly, then raise and support vehicle.
    7. Remove both front wheels, then the frame retainers for front engine wiring and power steering cooler lines.
    8. Remove both tie rod ends from steering knuckles, then the steering gear heat shield.
    9. Remove steering gear to frame mounting bolts. Position gear clear of frame.
    10. Remove front engine mount to frame retaining nuts, then front and rear transaxle mount nuts.
    11. Disconnect lower ball joints from steering knuckles, then remove flywheel covers from engine and transaxle.
    12. Remove torque converter to flywheel, then the transaxle fluid pan.
    13. Disconnect transaxle cooler lines at transaxle and bracket.
    14. Remove both drive axles from transaxle. Secure axle to strut assembly.
    15. Disconnect speed sensor connector at transaxle, then support transaxle/frame assembly with transaxle table.
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    17. Lower transaxle/frame assembly from vehicle, then the transaxle from frame.
    18. Reverse procedure to install.

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    How to fix a clutch

    1. Disconnect both battery cables, negative cable first.
    2. Remove the battery and battery tray.
    3. Remove the engine air cleaner tube and the air intake resonator.
    4. Disconnect the speedometer cable at the transaxle.
    5. Remove the slave cylinder line-to- slave cylinder hose retaining clip, then disconnect the slave cylinder line from the slave cylinder hose and plug the hose.
    6. Disconnect the ground strap from the transaxle.
    7. Remove the tie wrap and unplug the three electrical connectors located above the transaxle.
    8. Remove the electrical connector support bracket.
    9. Install Engine Support Bar 014-00750 or equivalent, and attach it to the engine lifting eyes with suitable chains or cables.

    0900c1528008df44.jpg enlarge_icon.gifenlarge_tooltip.gif Fig. Fig. 1: Install a suitable engine support bar and attach it to the engine lifting eyes-1.8L and 1.9L engines
    1. If equipped, remove the three nuts from the left-hand engine support bracket.
    2. Loosen the mount pivot nut and rotate the mount out of the way.
    3. Remove the three bolts and the left-hand engine support mount.
    4. Remove the two upper transaxle-to-engine bolts.
    5. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
    6. Remove the front wheel and tire assemblies.
    7. Remove the inner fender splash shields.
    8. Drain the transaxle fluid and install the drain plug.
    9. Remove the halfshafts.
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    1. If equipped with the 1.8L engine, remove the intake manifold support bolts and the support.
    2. Remove the starter motor.
    3. Unfasten the gearshift stabilizer bar nut and washers. Remove the stabilizer bar and bracket from the transaxle.
    4. Unfasten the shift control rod-to-transaxle bolt and nut and remove the shift control rod from the transaxle.
    5. Remove both lower splash shields.
    6. Unfasten the transaxle mount-to-crossmember bolts and nuts and remove the lower crossmember (rear engine support).
    7. Position and secure a suitable transaxle jack under the transaxle.
    8. Remove the front transaxle mount and bracket.

    0900c1528008df45.jpg enlarge_icon.gifenlarge_tooltip.gif Fig. Fig. 2: Removing the front transaxle mount and bracket-1.8L and 1.9L engines
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    1. Disconnect the negative terminal from the battery. Detach the wire connector at the Mass Air Flow sensor.
    2. If equipped, remove the cross brace to strut towers, as follows:
      1. Loosen the bar assembly through-bolts.
      2. Remove the inboard strut nuts.
      3. Remove the brace assembly.
      4. Reinstall the inboard strut nuts.
    3. Remove the air intake duct.
    4. Disconnect the cruise control cable from the throttle body.
    5. Remove the shift control linkage from the mounting bracket at the transaxle and the lever at the manual shaft.
    6. Label and detach the connectors from the following:
      1. Park/neutral/backup lamp switch.
      2. Transaxle electrical connector.
      3. Vehicle speed sensor and fuel pipe retainers.
    7. Remove the fuel pipe retainers.
    8. Disconnect the vacuum modulator hose from the modulator. WARNING
      You must support or remove the engine. If the engine is not support you may damage the engine, transaxle, halfshafts or many other components.
    9. Remove the three top transaxle-to-engine block bolts and install a suitable engine support fixture. Load the support fixture by tightening the wingnuts several turns in order to relieve the tension on the frame and the mounts.
    10. Turn the steering wheel to the full left position.
    11. Raise and safely support the vehicle. Remove both front tire and wheel assemblies.
    12. Drain the automatic transaxle fluid into a suitable container.
    13. Remove the right and left front ball joint nuts, then separate both control arms from the steering knuckle.
    14. Remove the right halfshaft from the transaxle only. Do not remove the halfshaft from the hub/bearing assembly. NOTE: Carefully guide the output shaft past the lip seal. Do not allow the halfshaft splines to contact any portion of the lip seal.
    15. Remove the left halfshaft from the transaxle and hub/knuckle assembly. Be careful not to damage the pan.
    16. Support the transaxle with a suitable stand.
    17. Remove the bolts at the transaxle and the nuts at the cradle member. Remove the left front transaxle mount.
    18. Remove the right front mount-to-cradle nuts. Remove the left rear transaxle mount-to-transaxle bolts.
    19. Remove the torque strut bracket from the transaxle.
    20. Remove the right transaxle mount-to-transaxle bolts.
    21. Remove the left rear transaxle mount. Remove the transaxle brace from the engine bracket.
    22. Remove the stabilizer shaft link-to-control arm bolt. NOTE: Be sure to matchmark the flywheel-to-converter relationship for proper alignment upon reassembly.
    23. Unfasten the flywheel cover bolts, then remove the cover. Matchmark the flywheel-to-torque converter installed position, then remove the flywheel-to-converter bolts.
    24. Remove the bolts attaching the rear frame member to the front frame.
    25. Remove the front left cradle-to-body bolt and the front cradle dog leg-to-right cradle member bolts.
    26. Remove the frame/cradle assembly by swinging it aside and supporting it with a jackstand.
    27. Disconnect the oil cooler lines from the transaxle, then plug the lines to avoid contamination.
    28. NOTE: One bolt located between the transaxle and the engine block is installed in the opposite direction.
    29. Remove the remaining lower transaxle-to-engine bolts and lower the transaxle from the vehicle. Be careful when removing the transaxle to avoid damaging the right-hand output shaft, shaft seal, hoses, lines and wiring.

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    1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions section.
    2. Attach a support fixture to the engine lifting eyes.
    3. Drain the transaxle.
    4. Remove or disconnect the following:
      • Negative battery cable
      • Air intake assembly
      • Clutch slave cylinder
      • Speedometer cable
      • Shift cables
      • Starter motor
      • Axle halfshafts
      • Flywheel cover
      • Transaxle mount
      • Transaxle flange bolts
      • Transaxle
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    1. Position the transaxle to the engine and tighten the flange bolts to the following specifications:
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      • M10 bolts: 22–25 ft. lbs. (30–35 Nm).
      • M12 bolts: 32–39 ft. lbs. (43–55 Nm).
    2. Install or connect the following:
      • Transaxle mount and torque the bolts to 65–80 ft. lbs. (90–110 Nm)
      • Flywheel cover and torque the bolts to 72–84 inch lbs. (8–10 Nm)
      • Axle halfshafts
      • Starter motor
      • Shift cables
      • Speedometer cable
      • Clutch slave cylinder
      • Air intake assembly
      • Negative battery cable
    3. Fill the transaxle.

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    1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions section.
    2. Drain the transaxle fluid.
    3. Remove or disconnect the following:

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    1. Remove air cleaner cover, air hoses and vacuum pipe. Remove air cleaner, intake hose, battery, battery
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    2. Disconnect transaxle control cables and speedometer cable. Raise and support vehicle.
    3. Remove both inner fender splash shields. Remove clutch tube bracket and disconnect clutch release
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    4. Remove transaxle assembly upper coupling bolts. Disconnect tie rod ends and lower arm ball joints.
    Remove right support member, starter cover (if equipped) and starter.
    5. Remove left side bearing bracket mounting bolts and pry left axle shaft from transaxle. Wire left axle
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