How to Repair 1998 Escort Axle Shafts & CV Joints?

Answer The axle shafts and CV joints in your 1998 Ford Escort help to deliver the power to the drive wheels. One end of the axle is connected to the transaxle, while the other end of the shaft is connecte... Read More »

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Propeller Shafts & Universal Joints?

In an automobile, the drive train force is transferred from the transmission to the front and rear axles of the vehicle through a propeller shaft and two universal joints. Maintenance of these part... Read More »

How Do I Install Universal Joints in Drive Shafts?

The universal joint connects the drive shaft to the gears in the rear axle, basically changing the direction of the drive shaft energy to the perpendicular axle. A universal joint can wear over tim... Read More »

How to Remove the Rear Axle Shafts on a 2000 Blazer?

The 2000 Chevy blazer came in a variety of options, all of which included a 4.3-liter V-6 that produced 190 horsepower and 250 foot-pounds of torque. Regardless of the difference between the manual... Read More »

How to Change Out Half Shafts and CV Joints in a Toyota Corolla?

The half shafts, or CV joints, in the Toyota Corolla click when the joint malfunctions. If the vehicle clicks while turning left, the left outer joint is bad. If it clicks while turning right, the ... Read More »