How to Remove a Driveshaft for Towing?

Answer Many automobile manufacturers recommend removing a vehicle's driveshaft to prevent transmission damage when the vehicle is towed. The problem is the driveshaft, (often referred to as the propeller-... Read More »

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How to Remove a Camry Driveshaft?

The Toyota Camry's drivetrain utilizes a pair of drive shafts with CV joints at both ends; these kinds of drive shafts are also known as halfshafts. The CV joints on the drive shaft have bearings w... Read More »

How to Remove the Driveshaft in a Suburban?

The Suburban is a four-wheel-drive, off-road vehicle that can handle just about anything. However, if the universal joint goes bad and the transmission locks up, there is not much you can do. The u... Read More »

How to Remove Driveshaft Support?

The driveshaft transfers power from a vehicle's engine and transmission to the rear axle on rear wheel drive vehicles. The driveshaft is usually a one-piece metal tube that is attached to the trans... Read More »

How to Remove the Driveshaft on a Mercedes E320 CDI?

The Mercedes E320 CDI was the first BlueTec diesel Mercedes sold in the U.S. A 3.2-liter diesel engine powered the rear-wheel drive sedan through a six-speed automatic transmission. A driveshaft tr... Read More »