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2003 silverado z 71 5 3 liter how to uninstall and install 4 wheel drive transmission free

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2003 Ford F-Super Duty 250-550/ Excursion Rear Drive Axle/Differential/ Ford 10.50-Inch Ring Gear Installation Manual

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1. Remove the differential case. For additional information, refer to Differential Case in this section. 2. NOTE: The differential bearings need not be removed to overhaul the Ford limited slip differential. If bearing removal is required, for additional information, refer to Differential Case in this section. NOTE: The anti-lock speed sensor ring cannot be reused once removed. Remove the differential pinion shaft lock bolt and remove the differential pinion shaft. ? If required, remove the ring gear and anti-lock speed sensor ring. 3. NOTE: This tool does not have the 1/2-inch drive hole. Install the special tool in a suitable vise. 2003 F-Super Duty 250-550/Excursion Workshop Manual 5. Install the special tool in the bottom side gear bore. ? Apply a small amount of grease to the centering hole of the special tool. 6. Install the nut in the upper differential side gear. Hold the nut in position while installing the hex screw. Tighten the hex-head screw until contact is made with the Step Plat 2003 F-Super Duty 250-550/Excursion Workshop Manual 7. Insert a suitable dowel bar in the hole of the nut. Tighten the forcing screw to force the differential side gear away from the differential pinion gears. The dowel bar is used to keep the nut from turning when the forcing screw is tightened. NOTE: Differential pinion thrust washers cannot be removed independently of the differential pinion gears and so must be removed simultaneously with the differential pinion gears. Insert the special tool in the pinion shaft bore and turn the differential case to “walk” the differential pinion gears and differential pinion thrust washers out to the differential case windows. 9. Remove the differential pinion gears and differential pinion thrust washers. 10. Remove the differential side gears and differential clutch packs and tag them RIGHT and LEFT with the shim

2004 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 WHEEL HUB, BEARING, AND SEAL REPLACEMENT (4WD) MANUAL

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WHEEL HUB, BEARING, AND SEAL REPLACEMENT (4WD) Tools Required J 45859 Axle Remover Removal Procedure 1. Raise and support the vehicle. Refer to Lifting and Jacking the Vehicle in General Information. 2. Remove the tire and wheel. Refer to Tire and Wheel Removal and Installation in Tires and Wheels. 3. Remove the rotor. Refer to Brake Rotor Replacement – Front in Disc Brakes. Fig. 62: View Of Retaining Bolts For Brake Hose And Wheel Speed Sensor Brackets Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP. 4. Remove the wheel speed sensor and brake hose mounting bracket bolt from the steering knuckle. 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 2004 SUSPENSION Front Suspension – Sierra & Silverado Fig. 63: Removing The Wheel Drive Shaft Nut Retaining Cover (4WD) Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP. 5. Remove the wheel drive shaft nut retaining cover. IMPORTANT: Do not reuse the nut. A new nut must be used when installing the wheel drive shaft. Fig. 64: Removing Wheel Driveshaft Assembly Retaining Nut And Washer (4WD) Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP. 6. Remove the wheel driveshaft assembly retaining nut (2) and washer (3) from the wheel driveshaft. 7. Disengage the wheel drive shaft from the wheel hub and bearing using J 45859 or equivalent Fig. 65: Disengaging The Wheel Drive Shaft From The Wheel Hub And Bearing (4WD) Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP. 8. Remove the wheel hub and the 15-series bearing mounting bolts

Toyota T50 5 Speed Transmission Electronic Speedo Drive Installation Manual

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I have intentionally left the photos large, to try to clarify any detail I did not explain in the text. This modification DOES require the use of a lathe, I have tried to write it so as to allow you to go to your local machine shop, brother in law, mate or anyone with a lathe…and it will be done correctly Much thanks to John O’Rielly (PLAGER 7) in Brisbane for passing on the information and problems he had with this modification. Fig.1Standard Drive Assemblies T50 left and AE101 right T50 Speedo Drive Adaption Rev 1 Feb 2003 2 Step One:- Dissassembly T50 Drive:- Disassembly is simple, remove the “C” clip from the drive housing , just above the drive gear. This will allow the shaft/gear assembly to be withdrawn from the housing. Remove the “O” ring from the housing. Wash all parts internally and externally to remove oil, grease and road grime. Fig.2 T50 Drive Disassembled T50 Speedo Drive Adaption Rev 1 Feb 2003 3 AE101 Drive:- Disassembly is similar to T50, remove the “C” clip from the drive housing , just above the drive gear. This will allow the shaft/gear assembly to be withdrawn from the housing. Remove the “O” rings from the housing. Remove the three (3) philips head screws from the cover on the top of the drive housing. Carefully remove cover, be aware that the small parts in side may be stuck to the cover. Remove all internal parts, record order of assembly. Wash housing and shaft to remove oil, grease and road grime. Fig.3 AE101 Drive Disassembled T50 Speedo Drive Adaption Rev 1 Feb 2003 4 Step Two:- Shortening the Drive Shaft Drive Shaft:- The T50 drive shaft needs to be shortened to a similar length to the AE101. I reassembled the AE101 shaft and housing, and then measured from the top face of the AE101 housing down to the top of the AE101 drive shaft. ( Fig.4) Record this reference depth, (I got 17mm) . Fig.4 Drive Shaft Depth Std AE101 Shaft & Housing The T50 drive shaft will need to be shortened to give the same depth as measured in Fig.4. When I did mine, (and a few others), I found I needed the T50 shaft to be 68.0mm long. Fig.5 Fig.6 The drive shaft is hardened, so I used a belt linisher to shorten the shaft, it could as easily be done on a fine grinding wheel. Remember slowly does it, regular checks of depth in housing and do not let the shaft get too hot during grinding/linishing, this will affect the heat treatment and consequently affect the strength of the drive dogs on the shaft end. Carefully deburr and chamfer, end detail should be similar to original AE101

2009 Cadillac CTS AWD Front Wheel Drive Shaft Replacement – Left Side

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Removal Procedure 1. Raise and support the vehicle. Refer to Lifting and Jacking the Vehicle ( See: Maintenance\Vehicle Lifting\Service and Repair ). 2. Remove the left front tire and wheel. Refer to Tire and Wheel Removal and Installation ( See: Maintenance\Wheels and Tires\Service and Repair ). 3. Remove the left outer tie rod from the steering knuckle. Refer to Steering Linkage Outer Tie Rod Replacement (All Wheel Drive) ( See: Steering and Suspension\Steering\Tie Rod\Service and Repair\Steering Linkage Outer Tie Rod Replacement )Steering Linkage Outer Tie Rod Replacement (Rear Wheel Drive) ( See: Steering and Suspension\Steering\Tie Rod\Service and Repair\Steering Linkage Outer Tie Rod Replacement ). 1. Install the new O-ring (2) on the intermediate shaft. 2. Install the new retaining ring (1) on the intermediate shaft. 3. Apply a small amount of grease GM P/N 01051344 (Canadian P/N 993037) or equivalent to the intermediate wheel drive shaft splines. 4. Install the left front wheel drive shaft in the intermediate shaft. 5. To ensure that the wheel drive shaft is installed properly, grasp the inner tripod housing and pulling it outward. DO NOT pull on the axle shaft . 6. Install the wheel drive shaft in the front knuckle. 7. Install the left upper control arm on the knuckle. Refer to Upper Control Arm Replacement ( See: Steering and Suspension\Suspension\Control Arm\Service and Repair\Rear Suspension\Upper Control Arm Replacement

2003-2007 Dodge (DR/DH/D1/DC) Ram Truck Front EndShimmy On 4×4 Vehicles When Traveling Over Rough Surfaces In The Road

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REPAIR PROCEDURE: 1. Raise the vehicle on an alignment rack (drive-on lift). 2. Verify the road tires are correctly sized and the tire tread is not excessively worn. Replace any worn tire before proceeding. Any new or old replacement tire should be equal to the original tires that came with the vehicle when it was new. Tire wear is not covered by the vehicle warranty. 3. Set the tire pressure for the FRONT TIRES to the following specification, regardless of the load being carried by the vehicle . Tire Size FRONT Tire Pressure LT235/80R17EorLT245/70R17E 448 Kpa (65 psi) LT265/70R17EorLT285/70R17E 414 Kpa (60 psi) 4. Set the tire pressure for the REAR TIRES as recommended for the vehicle configuration and load that is being carried at the time. Tire Size REAR Tire Pressure LT235/80R17EorLT245/70R17E Refer to the Tire Inflation Chart brochure in the Owners Manual or to the placards located either on the face of the driver’sdoor or on the driver’sside”B”pillar. LT265/70R17EorLT285/70R17E Refer to the Tire Inflation Chart brochure in the Owners Manual or to the placards located either on the face of the driver’sdoor or on the driver’sside”B”pillar. 5. Verify that the steering damper is operating correctly. a. Unbolt the end of the damper at the axle end. b. Cycle the damper rod by hand. c. There should be resistance to motion in both directions of the damper rod. d. Replace the damper if no resistance is present. 6. Verify both outer tie rod ends dustcovers are not worn. a. Attempt to rotate the dustcover by hand. b. If the dustcover on an outer tie rod end can be rotated, or is free and loose, then replace the tie rod (regardless of joint wear). 7. Inspect each outer tie rod end for internal wear. a. Maximum allowed wear (joint travel) fora tie rod end is 1.15 mm (0.045 in.). b. Install a dial indicator to the tie rod end (in-line with the vertical stud of the tie rod end). c. With a pry bar placed between the steering linkage and the axle tube, pry upwards while measuring the amount of joint travel (wear). d. Measure the amount of wear in the other outer tie rod end joint. e. If wear (joint travel) in either outer tie rod end is greater than 1.15 mm (0.045 in.), then replace the worn tie rod end. 8. Verify the torque on each outer tie rod end stud nut. The nut should be tightened to 122 Nm (90 ft. lbs.). 9. Make sure any worn outer tie rod ends have been replaced before proceeding further. 10. Verify all other steering linkage connections are tightened to their torque specifications.