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Filed Under (Toyota) by admin on 05-09-2010
CAUTION: The hub bearing could be damaged if it is subjected to the vehicle weight, such as when moving the vehicle with the drive shaft removed. Therefore, if it is absolutely necessary to place the vehicle weight on the hub bearing, first support it with Special Service Tool (SST) 09608 – 16042 (09608 – 02021, 09608 – 02041 PROCEDURE 1. Remove front wheel and front fender apron seal. [Torque: 103 Nm (76 ft. lbs.)] 2. Remove drive shaft lock nut. a. Remove the cotter pin and lock cap. b. With applying brakes, remove the nut. [Torque: 294 Nm (217 ft. lbs.)] See TSB DL001-98, 3-6-98. 3. Drain ATF. 4. Disconnect tie rod end from steering knuckle. 5. Disconnect lower ball joint from lower suspension arm. 6. Disconnect drive shaft from axle hub. a. Using a plastic hammer, disconnect drive shaft from axle hub. CAUTION: Cover the drive shaft boot with cloth to protect it from damage. b. Push the front axle hub toward the outside of the vehicle, and separate the drive shaft from the axle hub. 7. Remove LH drive shaft. a. Using a brass bar and hammer, remove the drive shaft. Installation Note: – Coat gear oil to the inboard joint shaft and differential case sliding surface. – Before installing the drive shaft, set the snap ring opening side facing downward. – Whether or not the inboard joint shaft is making contact with the pinion shaft can be known by the sound or feeling when driving it in. – After installation: – check that there is 2 – 3 mm (0.08 – 0.12 inch). of play in the axial direction. – check that the drive shaft cannot be removed by hand. b. Using a screwdriver, remove the snap ring from the inboard joint shaft
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 06-01-2011
Removal 1. Raise and support vehicle. Remove wheel assembly. Remove caliper from rotor. Remove locking hub. See AUTOMATIC LOCKING HUBS or MANUAL LOCKING HUBS under REMOVAL & INSTALLATION. 2. Remove wheel bearings, lock nuts, hub and rotor. Remove spindle-to-steering knuckle nuts. Tap spindle with plastic hammer to free spindle from steering knuckle. See Fig. 9 . Remove spindle, spindle seat (if equipped) and splash shield. 3. On right side applications, remove and discard keystone clamp from shaft assembly and stub shaft. Slide rubber boot onto stub shaft. Remove shaft assembly from right axle. See Fig. 9 . 4. Remove left shaft assembly (if required). On all applications, wrap spindle in protective cloth and place second step of spindle in soft-jawed vise. 5. On Explorer and Ranger, remove oil seal using slide hammer and Seal Remover (TOOL-1175-AC). Remove needle bearing from spindle. Press seal from shaft assembly. See Fig. 9 . 6. On Bronco and F150, remove needle bearing and oil seal using slide hammer and Cup Puller (T77F- 1102-A). Press seal from shaft assembly. Installation 1. Clean all dirt and grease from spindle bearing bore. Ensure bearing bore is free of nicks and burrs. On Explorer and Ranger, install seal on shaft assembly using press and Seal Installer (T83T-3132-A). 2. On Bronco and F150, install seal on shaft assembly, with seal lip toward spindle. On right side applications, install rubber boot and NEW keystone clamps on stub shaft. Install right shaft assembly into stub shaft, with stub shaft missing spline aligned with shaft assembly. 3. Ensure splines are fully engaged. Install rubber boot over assembly and tighten keystone clamps. On left axle applications, install shaft assembly through steering knuckle, and engage in splines. 4. Install needle bearing in spindle, with manufacturer identification mark facing away from spindle bore. For bearing installation, use Handle (T80T-4000-W), and Bearing/Seal Installer (T83T-3123-A for Explorer and Ranger; T80T-4000-S for Bronco and F150). CAUTION: Install spindle needle bearing with manufacturer’s identification mark away from spindle bore.
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 26-03-2011
1. Place the transaxle range selector lever in the PARK position. 2. Remove the engine air cleaner assembly. For additional information, refer to Section 303-12. 3. NOTE: When the battery is disconnected and reconnected, some abnormal drive symptoms may occur while the vehicle relearns its adaptive strategy. Disconnect the battery. For additional information, refer to Section 414-01. 4. Disconnect the electrical connectors. 1. Disconnect the digital transmission range (TR) sensor electrical connector. 2. Disconnect the transaxle electrical connector. 3. Disconnect the wire harness from the bracket. 5. Remove the wiper arm and pivot assembly. For additional information, refer to Section 501-16.6. Remove the front upper radiator shield. 7. Install the special tool. 8. Install the special tool. 9. Install the special tools. 10. Install the special tool. 11. Remove the upper main control cover bolts. 12. Raise and support the vehicle. For additional information, refer to Section 100-02. 13. Remove the LH wheel and tire. For additional information, refer to Section 204-04. 14. Remove the LH transaxle support and insulator. For additional information, refer to Transaxle Support Insulator in this section. 15. Position a drain pan under the transaxle side pan. 16. NOTE: It will be necessary to lower the left side of the subframe to remove the main control cover through the wheel well. Remove the remaining bolts, and remove the main control cover. 17. CAUTION: Do not pull on the wires or the electrical connectors. Damage to the connectors will result. Lift the locking tab and disconnect the electrical connectors. 18. Position the transaxle wiring harness out of the way. 19. CAUTION: Do not remove the two bolts that hold the pump assembly and main control valve body together as the pump assembly may fall from the main control valve body and become damaged. CAUTION: Only four of the six bolts need to be removed. Remove the bolts. Note the size and location of the bolts. 20. Disconnect the manual linkage. 21. Remove the main pump assembly and the main control valve body by carefully sliding it off the pump shaft. Installation 1. Install the pump assembly and main control valve body onto the pump shaft. 2. Rotate the pump assembly and main control valve body to connect the manual valve link with the manual valve. 3. CAUTION: Do not use the bolts to draw pump assembly and main control valve body onto the chain cover case. Component damage may occur. Using the Valve Body Aligner, install the pump assembly and main control valve body. Install the retaining bolt. 4. Install the transaxle wire harness and retaining clip into the separator plate. 5. Connect the electrical connectors.
Filed Under (Cadillac) by admin on 06-06-2010
1. Install the J 42640 in the steering column lower access hole. 2. Mark the relationships of the following components: Mark the relationship of the bolt and clamp at both ends of the upper intermediate shaft. Mark the relationship of the upper intermediate shaft to the lower intermediate shaft. IMPORTANT: Mark the relationship of the intermediate shaft components in order to assure proper installation. 4. Remove the nut and bolt (1) from the upper shaft (2) to steering column connection. 5. Slide the intermediate shaft down, out of the steering column connection. 6. Remove the accelerator pedal position sensor. 7. Slide the upper intermediate shaft towards the instrument panel, out of the lower intermediate shaft, and remove the shaft from the vehicle. INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
Filed Under (Cadillac) by admin on 17-01-2011
Condition Some customers may comment on a clunk-type noise coming from under the hood that also can be felt in the steering wheel. These conditions may be more noticeable when turning at low speeds on rough road surfaces. Diagnostic Tips Use the information below to help diagnose the source of the noise. • The lower steering column bearing may create the same noise as the intermediate shaft. Before replacing the I-shaft, verify the noise isn’t being caused by movement from the lower steering column bearing. Check the bearing for movement by pushing up and down on the I-shaft where it attaches to the steering column. • Frame Snap and/or Popping Type Noise — A frame snap or popping type noise can be duplicated on rough or smooth road surfaces with steering wheel input to the left or the right. This type of noise can be HEARD and is typically louder with the windows rolled down. For additional information, refer to Corporate Bulletin Number 03-08-61-002F or newer — Snap/Popping Type Noise Coming from Front of Vehicle (Remove Front Crossmember, Change Fastener Orientation). • Intermediate Shaft Clunk — Intermediate shaft clunk is heard and FELT in the steering wheel and/or steering column area, typically while driving on rough road surfaces with steering wheel input. Correction DO THIS DON’T DO THIS Replace the I-Shaft with P/N 19153614. • I-shaft P/N 19153614 has been designed to replace previous designed dampened and non- dampened I-shafts. The physical difference in the yoke size will accommodate all vehicles listed in this bulletin. • Due to the design of the new I-shaft, it is not possible to lubricate/grease the I- shaft. 1. Set the front wheels in the straight ahead position. Do NOT lubricate or exercise the I-Shaft.