If there are issues with the axle, such as vibrations, clicking sounds, or difficulty steering, a mechanic will diagnose the problem. They may need to lift the vehicle and inspect the axles visually.
The car is lifted off the ground, and safety measures are taken to secure it in place, ensuring stability during the repair.
Lift and Secure the Vehicle
The mechanic removes the wheels and the brake components to access the axle.
The old axle is replaced with a new or refurbished one. It's crucial to ensure that the replacement axle is compatible with the specific make and model of the vehicle.
The mechanic reconnects the new axle to the wheel hub, differential, or transmission. They then reassemble the brake components and put the wheels back on.