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Question about 1995 Discovery

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drive shaft and drive plate spline wear, worn radius arm bushes, A frame top ball joint, engine and or gearbox mountings. If the clonk is coming from the prop shafts, then by the time you hear or feel

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Question about 2002 Discovery Series II

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...drive shaft and 4 new tires but still same problem. i was told it could also be the rubber coupling at the end of the rear driveshaft or the ball kit in the front drive shaft going bad...any ...

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...drive shaft nut 7) Remove drive shaft nut with assistance & discard. 8) Remove front brake disk (Remove calliper, pad holder, screw and tap to remove) 9) Remove 4 bolts securing wheel hub to ...

...drive shaft for the rear wheels. There is a short cable from there up to the driver's lever. By disconnecting the rear drive shaft, the e-brake drum can be removed. Its pretty heavy, so don't drop it ...

Question about 2002 Discovery Series II

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...shaft in the transfer case are weak and letting slack into the gear to gear drive also slack in the chain itself the tranfer case just needs to be serviced/rebuilt Check the u-joints/CV shafts for ...

Question about 2002 Discovery Series II

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...in both cases . if 4wd drive try driving in 4wd using front wheel to drive vehicle , if it moves then rear diff or tail shaft is problem , if not gearbox is most likely dammaged hope this helps you

Question about 2002 Discovery Series II

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front drive shaft broke and wont move you will have to replace the drive shaft

...drive shaft on 2001 rover 25 Mark drive-shaft and yoke to re-install in same location to maintain factory balance Loosen and remove small "U" clamps at yoke end of drive-shaft Pry drive-shaft out of ...

...drive it gets harder and harder tog et the gears to slide along the shaft in the gear box as the shaft is expanding, I could be talking a load of rubbish but it's worth a check you have nothing to ...

Question about 2006 LR3

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...drive shaft Jack up car, support with stand, remove wheel and calliper/drum. Undo big hub nut (lots of force needed) and attempt to push the shaft backwards out of the hub. If you can't, disconnect ...

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