How to Troubleshoot a 1996 Camry Front Axle?

Answer The 1996 Toyota Camry has two front axles, both exiting the transmission and terminating at the front wheels. The axles shafts, called constant velocity (CV) axles, are individually packaged and so... Read More »

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1996 Ram 2500 Front Axle Specs?

The 1996 Dodge Ram 2500 was the brand's three-quarter ton pickup truck slotted directly between the half-ton 1500 and the one-ton 3500. The Ram 2500 offered a myriad of configurations with options ... Read More »

How to Change the Front Axle in a 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee?

The Jeep Grand Cherokee is often used as an off-road vehicle. A common upgrade for Jeep off-road enthusiasts is to swap in a Dana 44 or Dana 60 model axle, to replace the stock Dana 30 axle. The Da... Read More »

How to Troubleshoot a Front Axle Transmission?

The front axle transmission has the responsibility of transferring the engine's power through a system of gears to the front drive wheels. Also called the trans-axle, this component consists of the... Read More »

How to Troubleshoot a Front Axle Squeal?

A front-wheel-drive vehicle's front axles transfer power from the transmission to the drive wheels. In rear wheel drive vehicles, the front axles are called "lazy" or "dead" axles because they are ... Read More »