98 vw cabrio i am replacing the left front drive axle auto trans i JustAnswer — Volkswagen Fox Cabrio

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Vw golf velocity modified

Halfshafts

Fig. 1: Using a 12 Torx to remove the bolts the inner constant velocity joint

WARNING

When or tightening an axle nut, sure the vehicle is on the ground. The of torque required could the vehicle to fall off jackstands.

When removing the right shaft, you must detach the pipe from the manifold and the bracket. Be sure to buy a new exhaust gasket.

WARNING

When or tightening an axle nut, sure the vehicle is on the ground. The of torque required could the vehicle to fall off jackstands.

When removing the right shaft, you must detach the pipe from the manifold and the bracket. Be sure to buy a new exhaust gasket.

With the car on the ground, the front axle nut.

If necessary, use a long breaker bar a length of pipe as an extension.

the negative battery cable.

and support the front of the vehicle.

the socket head bolts the axle shaft to the transaxle.

Pull the transaxle side of the out and up and place it on the top of the transaxle.

Pull the shaft from the steering

Installation is the reverse of removal. the axle shaft flange to 33 ft. lbs. (45 Nm). The axle nut be tightened to 145 ft. lbs. (198 Nm) for M18 or 170 ft. lbs. (231 Nm) for M20 nuts.

Golf and Jetta

WARNING

loosening or tightening an axle make sure the vehicle is on the The amount of torque required cause the vehicle to fall off

The torque required to loosen the axle nut is high enough to the vehicle fall off of jack Make sure the vehicle is on the when loosening or tightening the axle nut.

With the on the ground, remove the front nut.

Raise and safely vehicle and remove the front

Remove the ball joint bolt and push the control arm away from the ball

Remove the socket head from the transaxle drive

Remove the halfshaft from the flange and support it below the Do not let it hang by the outer CV-joint or the may fall apart.

Push the halfshaft out of the hub. A puller may be required.

Fit the halfshaft to the flange and install the bolts. It is not to tighten them yet.

a thread locking compound to the of the spline. Slip the spline the hub and loosely install a new axle

Assemble the ball joint and the nut and bolt to 37 ft. lbs. (50 Nm).

the wheel and hold it to keep the from turning. Tighten the flange bolts to 33 ft. lbs. (45

With the vehicle on the ground, the axle nut to 175 ft. lbs. (240 Nm) or or 195 ft. lbs. (265 Nm) on Golf and

1995-99 Cabrio, 1993-99 and Jetta

Three suspension offered on the A3 platform. A base plus suspension, and triple joint type. An easy way to which suspension you have is to the type of nuts used to the inner Constant Velocity to the inner transaxle drive On the base suspension a standard six hex nut was used. The plus suspension had point self-locking nut. joint style systems are on vehicles with a four power plant and an automatic

BASE SUSPENSION

WARNING

loosening or tightening an axle make sure the vehicle is on the The amount of torque required cause the vehicle to fall off

Pry off the dust caps and loosen the nut. Do not remove the nut at this

Raise and support the vehicle on stands.

Matchmark the ball position in the control arm and then the ball joints mounting

Remove the bolts that the inner Constant Velocity joint to the transaxle drive

Remove the axle shaft nut the drive shaft.

Pull the shaft out of the wheel hub.

is the reverse of removal.

Tighten the CV joint to wheel hub bolt to 195 ft. (265 Nm).

Tighten the joint to control arm bolts to 26 ft. (35 Nm).

Tighten the inner CV to drive flange bolts to 33 ft. (45 Nm).

PLUS SUSPENSION

WARNING

loosening or tightening an axle make sure the vehicle is on the The amount of torque required cause the vehicle to fall off

Pry off the dust caps and loosen the nut. Do not remove the nut at this

Raise and support the vehicle on stands.

Matchmark the ball position in the control arm and then the ball joints mounting

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Remove the bolts that the inner Constant Velocity joint to the transaxle drive This will require a 12 socket.

Remove the axle nut from the drive shaft.

the drive shaft out of the wheel

NOTE: You may have to press the out of the hub.

WARNING

Cover all joints to avoid contamination entering the joint which lead to joint failure.

Two types of hubs were on this system. The standard hub used a thread sealer as Loctite®. Later a modified hub was with a stronger hub nut and modified This hub does not require a sealant. Please note the torque specifications below.

Tighten the outer CV joint to hub bolt to 148 ft. lbs. (200 Nm) on with a modified hub.

the outer CV joint to wheel hub to 66 ft. lbs. (90 Nm) on vehicles with a hub.


Tighten the ball to control arm bolts to 26 ft. lbs. (35

Tighten the inner CV joint to flange bolts to 33 ft. lbs. (45

TRIPLE ROLLER JOINT

Pry off the dust caps and loosen the nut. Do not remove the nut at this

Install an engine support across the top of the engine.

Remove the from the rear transaxle

Fully support the engine and with the engine hoist.

and support the vehicle on jack

Matchmark the ball joints in the control arm and then remove the joints mounting bolts.

the bolts that hold the Constant Velocity (CV) to the transaxle drive flange. will require a 12 point

Remove the axle shaft nut the spindle.

Push the engine/transaxle forward and re-support it.

Remove the from the car by positioning the hub out and slightly to the

Installation is the reverse of removal.

the ball joint to control arm to 26 ft. lbs. (35 Nm).

Tighten the CV to drive flange bolts to 33 ft. (45 Nm).

Outer CV joint to hub bolt to 195 ft. lbs. (265

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