2004 Dodge Dakota Q&A
2004 Dodge Dakota Question: dodge axle removal
REMOVAL Raise the vehicle. Remove wheel and tire assembly. Remove skid plate, if equipped. Remove hub nut from the half shaft. Remove brake caliper adapter with caliper and remove rotor. Remove wheel speed sensor if equipped. Remove hub bearing from the knuckle. Support half shaft at the C/V joint housings. Position two pry bars behind the inner C/V housing and disengage the C/V joint from the axle. Remove half shaft through the knuckle. - Johnny Mopar
i drained out the oil from the pumkin i cant figure out how to get the c-clip off,to remove the axle and replace the bearing
all bolts out starter off cover removed from bellhousing
can I drop the oil pan in the truck to do the rods & main bearings & oil pump with out removing the motor? is there a way to do that?
can I drop the oil pan in the truck to do the rods & main bearings & oil pump with out removing the motor? is there a way to do that? did I say it is a 4x4? I looked under the truck, it looks real...
The brake and ABS warning lights are coming on. I was told that I had a leaking axel seal . How do I replace this ? Should bearing also be replaced ?