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please explain the vibration
does it make a humming noise?
does it bounce the jeep?
does it get louder in turns?if so.right or left?
ok,,from the way you explain..it does sound as if you may have a bad wheel bearing
the problem is to determine which one
please stand by..i will get you the procedure to replace it
well..it should make a difference when swirving left or right,,as it shifts the weight of the jeep
what is your jeep?4wd or 2wd?..is it a grand?
but the proceedure will be the same for either side
REMOVAL 1. Raise and support vehicle. 2. Remove axle shaft.
3. Remove axle shaft seal from the end of the axle tube with a small pry bar (Fig. 19). NOTE: The seal and bearing can be removed at the same time with the bearing removal tool.
4. Remove axle shaft bearing with Bearing Removal Tool Set 6310 and Adapter Foot 6310-9 (Fig. 20).INSTALLATION 1. Wipe the axle tube bore clean. Remove any old sealer or burrs from the tube. 2. Install the axle shaft bearing with Installer C-4198 and Handle C-4171. Ensure bearing is installed straight and the tool is in contacts with the axle tube when seating the bearing. NOTE: Install bearing with part number against the installer. 3. Install a new axle seal with Installer C-4076-B and Handle C-4735-1. When the tool contacts the axle tube, the seal is installed to the correct depth. 4. Coat the lip of the seal with axle lubricant for protection prior to installing the axle shaft. 5. Install the axle shaft. 6. Check and fill gear lubricant. 7. Remove support and lower vehicle.
AXLE SHAFTS REMOVAL 1. Place the transmission in NEUTRAL and raise and support vehicle. 2. Remove wheel and tire assembly. 3. Remove brake drum (Refer to BRAKES AND TRACTION CONTROL) . 4. Clean all foreign material from housing cover area. 5. Remove the housing cover and drain lubricant.
6. Rotate differential case to access the pinion mate shaft lock screw. Remove lock screw and pinion mate shaft from differential case (Fig. 16).
7. Push axle shaft inward then remove axle shaft C-lock (Fig. 17). 8. Remove axle shaft being careful not to damage shaft bearing and seal. 9. Inspect axle shaft seal for leakage or damage. 10. Inspect axle shaft bearing contact surface for signs of brinelling, galling and pitting.INSTALLATION 1. Lubricate bearing bore and seal lip with gear lubricant. Insert axle shaft through seal, bearing and engage it into side gear splines. NOTE: Use care to prevent shaft splines from damaging axle shaft seal lip. 2. Insert C-lock in end of axle shaft. Push axle shaft outward to seat C-lock in side gear. 3. Insert pinion shaft into differential case and through thrust washers and differential pinions. 4. Align hole in shaft with hole in the differential case and install lock screw with Loctite on the threads. Tighten lock screw to 11 Nm (8 ft. lbs.). 5. Install cover and fill with gear lubricant. 6. Install brake drum (Refer to BRAKES AND TRACTION CONTROL). 7. Install wheel and tire assemblies. 8. Remove support and lower vehicle.
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