How to Diagnose car Problems in a Mustang Rear Axle?

Answer The rear axle in a Ford Mustang usually doesn't fail. However, there are two weak points in the axle. The inboard and outboard CV joint on the axle allows the axle to flex. However, the joint also ... Read More »

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How to Diagnose a Rear Axle Problem?

The rear axle transfers turning power from the transmission to the rear wheels to move your vehicle. Over time, wear or damage to internal components will cause the rear axle to leak, become noisy ... Read More »

How to Diagnose Car Axle Problems?

Your vehicle's axle delivers power from the transmission to the drive wheels. The axle has only one weak point: the CV joints. The CV joints, or constant velocity joints, allow the axle to flex whi... Read More »

How to Remove a Mustang Rear Axle?

The rear axle on a Ford Mustang turns the rear wheels. This axle has many different internal components that can be damaged in the course of driving, and could render the vehicle unable to drive. I... Read More »

How to Change the Rear Axle Bearings on a Mustang II?

The Mustang II came equipped with two different rear axles. The 6 3/4-inch rear axle was used in four- and six-cylinder cars and the 8-inch rear axle was used in some six cylinder and V-8 equipped ... Read More »