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2007 Dodge Nitro R/T
2007 ACCESSORIES AND EQUIPMENT Speed Control - Nitro

2007 ACCESSORIES AND EQUIPMENT
Speed Control - Nitro

SPEED CONTROL
SWITCH
REMOVAL
REMOVAL

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Fig. 1: Speed Control Switch
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Mounting hole (1) uses a screw. Depending on model line, mounting holes (2) may use either two screws, or
one screw and a locating pin.
WARNING:

Do not place a non-deployed airbag face down on a hard surface as
the airbag will propel into the air if accidentally deployed, and could
result in serious or fatal injury.
Disconnect and isolate the battery negative (ground) cable before
beginning steering wheel removal or installation. This will disable
the front airbag system. Failure to disconnect the battery could
result in accidental front airbag module deployment and possible
personal injury.
Allow the front airbag system capacitor to discharge for two minutes
before removing the steering wheel or any front airbag system
component.

The speed control switch is mounted in the steering wheel and wired through the clock spring device under the
airbag module.
1. Adjust steering wheel until tires are in STRAIGHT-AHEAD position.
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2. Remove negative battery cable.
3. Turn off ignition.
4. Remove air bag. Refer to REMOVAL .

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5. Disconnect connector from clockspring.
6. Remove three mounting fasteners.
7. Remove horn switch.

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Fig. 2: Horn Switch
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Fig. 3: Speed Control Switch Mounting Screws
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8. Remove either two or three speed control switch mounting screws (1).
9. Disconnect electrical connector.
10. Remove switch.
INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION

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Fig. 4: Speed Control Switch
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Mounting hole (1) uses a screw. Depending on model line, mounting holes (2) may use either two screws, or
one screw and a locating pin.

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Fig. 5: Speed Control Switch Mounting Screws
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1. Connect electrical connector to speed control switch.
2. Install speed control switch mounting screws.
3. Tighten screws (1) to 1.6 N.m (15 in. lbs.). Make sure rubber seal is in place around switch.

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Install horn switch.
Install three mounting fasteners.
Connect electrical connector to clockspring.
Install driver airbag. Refer to INSTALLATION .

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4.
5.
6.
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Fig. 6: Horn Switch
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WARNING: Do not connect battery negative cable yet. Refer first to airbag
system test. Refer to DIAGNOSIS AND TESTING .
8. Reconnect battery using Airbag System Test procedure in Restraints. Refer to DIAGNOSIS AND
TESTING .
9. Close hood.
10. Verify vehicle and system operation.

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2007 ACCESSORIES AND EQUIPMENT Heated Glass - Service Information - Nitro

2007 ACCESSORIES AND EQUIPMENT
Heated Glass - Service Information - Nitro

HEATED GLASS - SERVICE INFORMATION
DESCRIPTION
REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER (EBL) SYSTEM

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CAUTION: Grid lines can be damaged or scraped off with sharp instruments. Care
should be taken in cleaning glass or removing foreign materials, decals or
stickers. Normal glass cleaning solvents or hot water used with rags or
toweling is recommended.

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Fig. 1: Identifying Vertical Bus Bars, Grid Lines & Rear Window
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The rear window defogger system, also known as electric backlight (EBL), consists of two vertical bus bars (1)
and a series of grid lines (2) fired onto the inside surface of the rear window (3).
The EBL system is turned on or off by a push-button switch located in the A/C-heater control. Refer to
DESCRIPTION .
OPERATION
REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER (EBL) SYSTEM

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Fig. 2: Identifying Push-Button Switch & A/C-Heater Control
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The electric backlight (EBL) system is controlled by a momentary push-button switch (1) located on the A/Cheater control (2) in the instrument panel center bezel. When the rear window defogger switch is pressed to the
On position with the ignition switch in RUN, the switch sends a request signal over the CAN-IHS bus to the
totally integrated power module (TIPM), which provides a ground path to energize the coil in the EBL relay.
When energized, the EBL relay provides battery current through a fuse to the rear window defogger grid lines
and to the heated side view mirrors, when equipped. The grid lines heat the glass to help clear the rear window
and side mirror surfaces of fog or frost.

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An amber indicator (3) in the A/C-heater control will illuminate to indicate when the EBL system is operating.
The EBL system turns off automatically after 10 minutes of initial operation.
Each following activation cycle of the EBL system will last 5 minutes.

The EBL system will be automatically turned off after an initial programmed time interval of about 10 minutes
as long as the ignition switch is in RUN. After the initial time interval has expired, if the rear window defogger
switch is pressed to the On position again during the same ignition cycle, the EBL system will automatically
turn off after about 5 minutes. The EBL system will also turn off if the ignition switch is turned to any position
other than RUN or by manually pressing the rear window defogger switch a second time.
Repair of the rear window defogger grid lines, bus bars, terminals or pigtail wires can be accomplished using
the Mopar® Rear Window Defogger Repair Kit (Part Number 04549275) or equivalent. See STANDARD
PROCEDURE.
Circuit protection for the EBL system is provided by fuse 13 located in the TIPM.
DIAGNOSIS AND TESTING
REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER (EBL) SYSTEM

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NOTE:

Illumination of the defogger switch indicator lamp does not necessarily mean
that electrical current is reaching the rear window glass and/or the outside rear
view mirror heating grids (when equipped).

NOTE:

For circuit descriptions and diagrams of the rear window defogger (EBL) and
heated mirror systems, refer to SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAMS .

Operation of the electric backlight (EBL) system can be confirmed by the following:

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Fig. 3: Rear Window Glass Defogger Grid Test
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NOTE:

Typical heated rear window glass shown.

1. Use a scan tool and check for diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) related to the A/C-heater control and the
totally integrated power module (TIPM). If no DTCs are found, go to step 2. If any DTCs are found,
repair as required, then proceed to step 2.
2. Turn the ignition switch to RUN. Press the rear window defogger switch to the On position. Rear window
defogger operation can be checked by feeling the surfaces of the rear window glass, or the heated outside
rear view mirror glass when equipped with heated mirrors. A distinct difference in temperature between
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the grid lines (5) and the adjacent clear glass or the heated mirror glass should be detected within three to
four minutes of operation.
3. If a temperature difference is not detected, use a 12-volt DC voltmeter and contact the rear glass heating
grid terminal A (1) with the negative lead, and terminal B (2) with the positive lead. The voltmeter should
read battery voltage. If the voltmeter does not read battery voltage, check the following:
Confirm the ignition switch is in RUN.
Confirm the rear window defogger switch is pressed to the On position.
Confirm the EBL feed wire (3) is connected to the heating grid positive terminal and that there is
continuity between the EBL relay terminal and the heating grid.
Confirm the EBL ground wire (6) is connected to the heating grid negative terminal and that there
is continuity to ground.
Check fuse 13 and fuse 34 located in the TIPM. The fuses must be tight in the receptacles and the
electrical connections must be secure.
Check the EBL relay located in the TIPM. The relay must be tight in the receptacle and the
electrical connections must be secure.
When diagnosing a heater mirror concern, check fuse 54 located in the TIPM. The fuse must be
tight in the receptacle and the electrical connections must be secure.
4. If broken defogger grid lines or bus bars are suspected, use a 12-volt DC voltmeter and contact terminal
A with the negative lead and each rear glass heating grid line at its mid-point C (4) with the positive lead.
The voltmeter should read approximately 6 volts at each grid line mid-point. If the voltmeter does not
read approximately 6 volts, repair the open grid line(s) or bus bar(s). See STANDARD PROCEDURE.
5. If the EBL system operation has been verified but the rear window defogger indicator does not illuminate,
replace the A/C-heater control. Refer to REMOVAL .

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GRID-REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER
STANDARD PROCEDURE
GRID LINE AND TERMINAL REPAIR

WARNING: Materials contained in the Repair Kit (Part Number 04549275) may cause
skin or eye irritation. The kit contains epoxy resin and amine type
hardener, which are harmful if swallowed. Avoid contact with the skin and
eyes. For skin contact, wash the affected areas with soap and water. For
contact with the eyes, flush with plenty of water. Do not take internally. If
taken internally, induce vomiting and call a physician immediately. Use
with adequate ventilation. Do not use near fire or flame. Contains
flammable solvents. Keep out of the reach of children. Failure to follow
the warnings may result in serious or fatal injury.
Repair of the rear glass heating grid lines, bus bars, terminals or pigtail wires can be accomplished using the
Mopar® Rear Window Defogger Repair Kit (Part Number 04549275) or equivalent.

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Fig. 4: Grid Line Repair - Typical
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1 - BREAK
2 - GRID LINE
3 - MASKING TAPE

1. Mask the repair area with masking tape (3) so that the conductive epoxy can be applied neatly. Extend the
epoxy application onto the grid line (2) or the bus bar on each side of the break (1).
2. Follow the instructions in the repair kit for preparing the damaged area.
3. Remove the package separator clamp and mix the two conductive epoxy components thoroughly within
the packaging. Fold the package in half and cut the center corner to dispense the epoxy.
4. Apply the epoxy through the slit in the masking tape or template. Overlap both ends of the break by at
least 19 millimeters (0.75 inch).
5. For a terminal or pigtail wire replacement, mask the adjacent areas so the epoxy can be extended onto the
adjacent grid line as well as the bus bar. Apply a thin layer of epoxy to the area where the terminal or
pigtail wire was fastened and onto the adjacent grid line.
6. Apply a thin layer of conductive epoxy to the terminal or bare wire end of the pigtail and place it in the
proper location on the bus bar. To prevent the terminal or pigtail wire from moving while the epoxy is
curing, it must be wedged or clamped.
7. Carefully remove the masking tape or template.
CAUTION: Do not allow the glass surface to exceed 204°C (400°F) when using a
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heat gun, or the glass may fracture.
8. Allow the epoxy to cure 24 hours at room temperature, or carefully use a heat gun for 15 minutes. When
using a heat gun, hold it approximately 25.4 centimeters (10 inches) from the repair and do not allow the
glass surface to exceed 204°C (400°F).
9. After the conductive epoxy is properly cured, remove the wedge or clamp from the terminal or pigtail
wire.
10. Connect the wire harness leads to the grid terminals or pigtail wires and verify EBL operation.
RELAY-REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER
DESCRIPTION

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RELAY-REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER

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Fig. 5: Rear Window Defogger Relay
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The rear window defogger (EBL) relay (1) is an International Standards Organization (ISO)-type relay. Relays
conforming to the ISO specifications have common physical dimensions, current capacities, terminal functions
and patterns (2). The EBL relay is a electromechanical device that switches fused battery current to the rear
window defogger grid and to the outside rear view mirror heating grids, when equipped. The EBL relay is
energized when the relay coil is provided a ground path by the control circuitry within the totally integrated
power module (TIPM).
The EBL relay is located in the TIPM inside the engine compartment.
OPERATION

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RELAY-REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER

The rear window defogger (EBL) relay is an electromechanical switch that uses a low current input controlled
by the totally integrated power module (TIPM) to control the high current output to the rear window defogger
grid lines and to the heated outside mirrors, when equipped. The movable, common feed relay contact is held
against the fixed, normally closed relay contact by spring pressure. When the electromagnetic relay coil is
energized, it draws the movable common feed relay contact away from the fixed, normally closed relay contact
and, holds it against the fixed, normally open relay contact. This action allows high current to flow to the rear
window defogger grid lines.

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When the relay coil is de-energized, spring pressure returns the movable relay contact back against the fixed,
normally closed contact point. The resistor or diode is connected in parallel with the relay coil, and helps to
dissipate voltage spikes and electromagnetic interference that can be generated as the electromagnetic field of
the relay coil collapses.

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The EBL relay terminals are connected to the vehicle electrical system through a receptacle in the TIPM located
in the engine compartment. The inputs and outputs of the EBL relay include:

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Terminal (30) receives battery current at all times.
Terminal (85) receives a ground through the EBL control circuit of the TIPM only when the module
electronically pulls the circuit to ground.
Terminal (86) receives battery current at all times.
Terminal (87) provides battery current to the rear window defogger grid and to the heated outside mirrors,
only when the EBL relay coil is energized.
Terminal (87A) is not connected to any circuit in this application, but provides a battery current output
only when the EBL relay coil is de-energized.

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The EBL relay cannot be repaired and must be replaced if inoperative or damaged. Refer to the appropriate
wiring information for diagnosis and testing of the ISO relay and for complete rear window defogger (EBL)
wiring diagrams.
REMOVAL
RELAY-REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER

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Fig. 6: Identifying Power Module (TIPM) & EBL Relay
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1. Disconnect and isolate the negative battery cable.
2. Open the cover on the totally integrated power module (TIPM) (1) located in the engine compartment.

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NOTE:

Refer to the fuse and relay map on the inside of the TIPM cover for EBL
relay location.

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3. Remove the EBL relay (2) from the TIPM.

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INSTALLATION

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RELAY-REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER

Fig. 7: Identifying Power Module (TIPM) & EBL Relay
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NOTE:

Refer to the fuse and relay map on the inside of the totally integrated power
module (TIPM) cover for EBL relay location.

1. Position the EBL relay (2) to the TIPM (1).
2. Align the EBL relay terminals with the terminal cavities in the TIPM receptacle and push down firmly on
the relay until the terminals are fully seated.
3. Close the TIPM cover.
4. Reconnect the negative battery cable.
SWITCH-REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER

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DESCRIPTION

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SWITCH-REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER

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Fig. 8: Identifying Push-Button Switch & A/C-Heater Control
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The switch for the rear window defogger (EBL) system (1) is integral to the blower speed control located on the
A/C-heater control (2) in the instrument panel. When the rear window defogger switch is pressed to the On
position, a request signal is sent over the CAN-IHS bus to the totally integrated power module (TIPM) to
operate the EBL system and the amber indicator (3) illuminates.
When the EBL relay is energized, current is directed to the rear defogger grid lines and to the heated side view
mirrors, when equipped. The grid lines heat the glass to help clear the rear window and side mirror surfaces of
fog or frost.
OPERATION
SWITCH-REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER

The amber indicator located in the blower speed control of the A/C-heater control will illuminate when the EBL
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system is operating. When the rear window defogger switch is pressed to the On position with the ignition
switch in RUN, the switch sends a request signal to the totally integrated power module (TIPM), which then
provides a ground path to energize the coil in the EBL relay. When energized, the EBL relay provides fused
battery current to the rear window defogger grid lines and to the heated side view mirrors, when equipped.
NOTE:

The EBL system turns off automatically after 10 minutes of initial operation.
Each following activation cycle of the EBL system will last 5 minutes.

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The EBL system will be automatically turned off after an initial programmed time interval of about 10 minutes
as long as the ignition switch is in RUN. After the initial time interval has expired, if the rear window defogger
switch is pressed to the On position again during the same ignition cycle, the EBL system will automatically
turn off after about 5 minutes. The EBL system will automatically shut off if the ignition switch is turned to any
position other than RUN, or it can be turned off manually by pressing the rear window defogger switch a second
time.

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The rear window defogger switch is diagnosed using a scan tool (refer to HEATING & AIR
CONDITIONING - ELECTRICAL DIAGNOSTICS for more information).

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The rear window defogger switch and indicator cannot be adjusted or repaired and the A/C-heater control must
be replaced if inoperative or damaged. Refer to REMOVAL .

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2007 DRIVELINE
Differential & Driveline - Nitro

PROPELLER SHAFT
DIAGNOSIS AND TESTING
PROPELLER SHAFT
PROPELLER SHAFT VIBRATION

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Possible Cause
1. Undercoating or other foreign
material on shaft.
2. Loose propeller shaft.

Correction
1. Clean exterior of shaft and wash
with solvent.
2. Install new screws and tighten
to proper torque.
3. Loose or bent joint or excessive 3. Install new propeller shaft.
runout.
4. Incorrect driveline angularity. 4. Measure and correct driveline
angles.
5. Worn joint.
5. Install new propeller shaft
6. Propeller shaft damaged or out 6. Install new propeller shaft.
of balance.
7. Broken rear spring.
7. Install new rear spring.
8. Excessive runout or unbalanced 8. Re-index propeller shaft, test,
condition.
and evaluate.
9. Excessive drive pinion gear
9. Re-index propeller shaft and
shaft runout.
evaluate.
10. Excessive pinion flange
10. Inspect and replace propeller
deflection.
shaft if necessary.
11. Excessive transfer case runout. 11. Inspect and repair as
necessary.
1. Loose screws.
1. Install new screws and tighten
to proper torque.
2. Lack of lubrication.
2. Replace propeller shaft as
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DRIVELINE VIBRATION
Drive Condition
Propeller Shaft Noise

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Joint Noise

A out of round tire or wheel that is out of balance, will cause a low frequency vibration.
Brake rotors that are unbalanced will cause a harsh, low frequency vibration.
Driveline vibration can be caused by loose or damaged engine mounts.
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Propeller shaft vibration increases with vehicle speed. A vibration that occurs at a specific speed is not usually
caused by a out of balance propeller shaft. Worn universal joints or an incorrect propeller shaft angle, can cause
such a vibration.
BALANCE

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NOTE:

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Fig. 1: Identifying Propeller Shaft & Flange
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Indexing the propeller shaft (1) 90° relative to the flange (2) may eliminate some
vibrations.

Fig. 2: Identifying Screw Clamp & Propeller Shaft
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1. Raise the vehicle.
2. Clean all the foreign material from the propeller shaft and universal joints.
3. Inspect propeller shaft for missing balance weights, broken welds, and bent areas.
NOTE:

Inspect joints for wear, proper installation and correct alignment with the shaft.
Remove wheels and tires and install wheel lug nuts to retain brake drums/rotors.
Mark and number the shaft six inches from the pinion flange end at four positions 90 degrees apart.
Run and accelerate the vehicle until vibration occurs. Note the intensity and speed the vibration occurred.
Stop the engine.
8. Position one screw clamp (1) on the propeller shaft (2) at one of the 90 degree marks.
9. Start the engine and check for vibration. If there is little or no change in vibration, move the clamp to the
next mark. Repeat the vibration test. If there is no difference in vibration at the other positions, the source
of the vibration may not be propeller shaft.

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4.
5.
6.
7.

If the propeller shaft is bent, it must be replaced.

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Fig. 3: Identifying Second Clamp & Propeller Shaft
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10. If vibration is decreased, install a second clamp (1) in the same position on the propeller shaft (2) and
repeat the test.

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Fig. 4: Separating Clamps 1/4 Inch
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11. If the additional clamp causes an additional vibration, separate the clamps (1) 1/4 inch above and below
the mark. Repeat the vibration test.
12. Increase distance between the clamps and repeat the test until the amount of vibration is at the lowest
level. Bend the slack end of the clamps so the screws will not loosen.
13. If vibration remains unacceptable, repeat the procedure to the front end of the propeller shaft.
14. Install wheel and tires, and lower vehicle.

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STANDARD PROCEDURE
PROPELLER SHAFT

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Fig. 5: Identifying Yoke Bearing Cap & Inclinometer
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This procedure applies to the front and rear propeller shaft. To obtain front (output) angle on the C/V front
propeller shaft, place Inclinometer 7663 on the machined ring of the pinion flange. To obtain propeller shaft
angle measurement transfer case C/V front propeller shaft, place inclinometer on the propeller shaft tube.

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1. Raise and support the vehicle at the axles as level as possible. Allow the wheels and propeller shaft to
turn.
2. Rotate shaft until transmission/transfer case output yoke bearing cap is facing downward.
Always make measurements from front to rear and from the same side of
the vehicle.

3. Place inclinometer (2) on yoke bearing cap (1) or pinion flange ring parallel to the shaft. Center bubble in
sight glass and record measurement. This measurement will give you the transmission or Output Yoke
Angle (A).

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Fig. 6: Identifying Yoke Bearing Cap & Inclinometer
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4. Rotate propeller shaft 90 degrees and place inclinometer (2) on yoke bearing cap (1) or propeller shaft
tube on C/V propeller shaft, parallel to the shaft. Center bubble in sight glass and record measurement.
This measurement can also be taken at the rear end of the shaft. This measurement will give you the
propeller shaft angle (C).
5. Subtract smaller figure from larger (C minus A) to obtain transmission output operating angle.

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Fig. 7: Identifying Pinion Yoke Bearing Cap & Inclinometer
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6. Rotate propeller shaft 90 degrees and place inclinometer (2) on pinion yoke bearing cap (1) parallel to the
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shaft. Center bubble in sight glass and record measurement. This measurement will give you the pinion
shaft or input yoke angle (B).
7. Subtract smaller figure from larger (C minus B) to obtain axle Input Operating Angle.
RULES

Good cancellation of U-joint operating angles is within 1 degree.
Operating angles less than 4 degrees single cardan U-joint.
Operating angles less than 10 degrees for CV joints.

N.m
30

In. Lbs.

22

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80

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TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS
DESCRIPTION
Front Shaft - Transfer
case CV Bolts
Front Shaft - Axle Flange
Bolts
Rear Shaft - Flange Bolts

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PROPELLER SHAFT

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SPECIAL TOOLS

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PROPELLER SHAFT

Fig. 8: Inclinometer 7663
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SHAFT-PROPELLER FRONT
REMOVAL
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SHAFT-PROPELLER FRONT

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Fig. 9: Identifying Front Propeller Shaft CV Joint & Transfer Case Flange
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1. With vehicle in neutral, position vehicle on hoist.
2. Mark an installation reference line across the front propeller shaft CV joint (1) and transfer case flange
(2).

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Fig. 10: Identifying Front Propeller Shaft Flange & Axle Flange
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3. Mark an installation reference line across the front propeller shaft flange (1) and the axle flange (2).
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4. Remove the axle flange (1) bolts (2).

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Fig. 11: Removing Axle Flange Bolts
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Fig. 12: Removing CV Joint Bolts And Retainers
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5. Remove the CV joint bolts (1) and retainers (2).
6. Compress the propeller shaft enough to remove the shaft from the flanges.
INSTALLATION
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SHAFT-PROPELLER FRONT

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NOTE:

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Fig. 13: Aligning Installation Reference Marks On Transfer Case Flange Front Shaft CV Joint
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Clean all propeller shaft bolts and apply Mopar® Lock & Seal Adhesive or
equivalent to the threads before installation.

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1. Compress the propeller shaft enough to install the shaft into the axle and transfer case flanges.
2. Align installation reference marks on the transfer case flange (1) front shaft CV joint (2).

Fig. 14: Installing CV Joint Retainers And Bolts
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3. Install CV joint retainers (2) and bolts (1). Tighten bolts to 30 N.m (22 ft. lbs.).

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Fig. 15: Identifying Front Propeller Shaft Flange & Axle Flange
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4. Align installation reference marks on the front propeller shaft flange (1) and axle flange (2).

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Fig. 16: Installing Axle Flange Bolts
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5. Install the axle flange (1) bolts (2) and tighten to 108 N.m (80 ft. lbs.).
SHAFT-PROPELLER REAR
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REMOVAL
REAR PROPELLER SHAFT

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Fig. 17: Identifying Line Across Axle Flange & Propeller Shaft Flange
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1. With vehicle in neutral, position vehicle on hoist.
2. Mark a reference line across axle flange (1) and propeller shaft flange (2) for installation.

Fig. 18: Identifying Line Across Transmission/Transfer Case Flange & Propeller Shaft Flange
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3. Mark a reference line across transmission/transfer case flange (1) and propeller shaft flange (2) for
installation.

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Fig. 19: Identifying Propeller Shaft Flange & Axle Flange
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Fig. 20: Identifying Propeller Shaft & Flange
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5. Remove propeller shaft flange (1) bolts from transmission/transfer case flange (2).
6. Remove propeller shaft.
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INSTALLATION
REAR PROPELLER SHAFT

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Fig. 21: Identifying Axle Flange & Propeller Shaft Flange
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Clean all propeller shaft bolts and apply Mopar® Lock & Seal Adhesive or
equivalent to the threads before installation.

1. Install propeller shaft.
2. Align reference mark on axle flange (1) with propeller shaft flange (2).

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Fig. 22: Identifying Transmission/Transfer Case Flange & Propeller Shaft Flange
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3. Align reference mark on transmission/transfer case flange (1) with propeller shaft flange (2).

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Fig. 23: Identifying Propeller Shaft Flange & Axle Flange
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4. Install propeller shaft bolts (2) in axle flange (1) and tighten to 108 N.m (80 ft. lbs.).

Fig. 24: Identifying Propeller Shaft & Flange
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5. Install propeller shaft bolts in transmission/transfer case flange (2) and tighten to 108 N.m (80 ft. lbs.).

HALF SHAFT
CAUTION
HALF SHAFT

CAUTION: Never grasp half shaft assembly by the boots. This may cause the boot to
pucker or crease and reduce the service life of the boot.

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Avoid over angulating or stroking the C/V joints when handling the half
shaft.

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Half shafts exposed to battery acid, transmission fluid, brake fluid,
differential fluid or gasoline may cause the boots to deteriorate. Failure to
follow these instructions will result in damage.

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NOISE/VIBRATION IN TURNS

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Check inboard and outboard C/V joint for leaking grease. This is a sign of boot or boot clamp damage.

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A clicking noise or vibration in turns could be caused by a damaged outer C/V or inner tripod joint seal boot or
seal boot clamps. This will result in the loss/contamination of the joint grease, resulting in inadequate
lubrication of the joint. Noise could also be caused by another component of the vehicle coming in contact with
the half shafts.
CLUNKING NOISE DURING ACCELERATION

This noise may be a damaged or worn C/V joint. A torn boot or loose/missing clamp on the inner/outer joint
which has allowed the grease to be lost will damage the C/V joint.
SHUDDER/VIBRATION DURING ACCELERATION

This could be a worn/damaged inner tripod joint or a sticking tripod joint. Improper wheel alignment may also
cause a shudder or vibration.
VIBRATION AT HIGHWAY SPEEDS

This problem could be a result of out of balance front tires or tire/wheel runout. Foreign material (mud, etc.)
packed on the backside of the wheel(s) will also cause a vibration.
REMOVAL
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HALF SHAFT

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1. With vehicle in neutral, position vehicle on hoist.
2. Remove brake caliper and rotor.
3. Remove nut (1) from half shaft (2).

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Fig. 25: Identifying Hub Nut & Half Shaft
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Fig. 26: Identifying Sensor & Hub Bearing
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4. Remove sensor (1) from hub bearing (2).
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Fig. 27: Identifying Tie Rod End & Steering Knuckle
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5. Remove stabilizer link from stabilizer bar.
6. Remover tie rod end (1) nut and remove tie rod from steering knuckle (2).

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Fig. 28: Identifying Shocks Clevis & Nuts
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7. Remove clevis bracket (1) lower nut (2) and bolt.

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Fig. 29: Identifying Half Shaft & Knuckle
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INSTALLATION

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8. Remove upper ball joint nut and separate upper control arm from steering knuckle.
9. Pull out on the steering knuckle and push half shaft (1) out of the hub bearing and knuckle (2).
10. With a pry bar remove the half shaft from the axle.

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Fig. 30: Identifying Half Shaft & Knuckle
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Apply a light coat of wheel bearing grease on the female splines of the inner C/V joint.
Clean hub bearing bore and apply a light coat of wheel bearing grease.
Install half shaft (1) in axle and push firmly to engage the snap ring.
Pull out on the steering knuckle (2) and push the half shaft (1) through the knuckle and hub bearing.
Install upper control arm on steering knuckle and tighten ball joint nut to specifications.

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Fig. 31: Identifying Shocks Clevis & Nuts
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6. Align clevis (1) with lower control arm. Install lower clevis (1) and tighten nut (2) to specifications.

Fig. 32: Identifying Tie Rod End & Steering Knuckle
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7. Install tie rod end (1) in steering knuckle (2) and tighten nut to specifications.
8. Install stabilizer bar link and tie rod end.

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Fig. 33: Identifying Hub Nut & Half Shaft
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9. Install half shaft (2) hub nut (1) and tighten to specifications.
SPECIFICATIONS
HALF SHAFT

TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS
DESCRIPTION
Half Shaft Nut

N.m
136

Ft. Lbs.
100

In. Lbs.
-

SPECIAL TOOLS
HALF SHAFT

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Fig. 34: Clamp Installer C-4975-A
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JOINT/BOOT-C/V OUTER
REMOVAL
C/V JOINT-OUTER

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Fig. 35: Boot Clamp Locations
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1. Place shaft in vise with soft jaws and support C/V joint.

CAUTION: Do not damage C/V housing or half shaft.

2. Remove clamps (2) (4) with a cut-off wheel or grinder.

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3. Slide the boot down the shaft.
4. Remove lubricant to expose the C/V joint snap ring.
5. Spread snap ring (1) and slide the joint off the shaft.

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Fig. 36: Spreading Snap Ring And Slide Joint Off Shaft
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Fig. 37: Marking Alignment Marks On Inner Race/Hub, Bearing Cage And Housing With Dabs Of
Paint
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6. Slide boot off the shaft and discard old boot.
7. Mark alignment marks (1) on the inner race/hub (2), bearing cage (3) and housing with dabs of paint.

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Fig. 38: Removing Ball From Bearing Cage
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8. Clamp C/V joint in a vertical position in a soft jawed vise.
9. Press down one side of the bearing cage (3) to gain access to the ball at the opposite side.
NOTE:

If joint is tight, use a hammer and brass drift to loosen the bearing hub. Do
not contact the bearing cage with the drift.

10. Remove ball (4) from the bearing cage (3).

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Fig. 39: Lifting Cage/Inner Race Upward And Out From Housing
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11. Repeat step above until all six balls are removed from the bearing cage.
12. Lift cage and inner race (2) upward and out from the housing (1).

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Fig. 40: Turning Inner Race 90° In Cage And Rotating Inner Race/Hub Out Of Cage
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13. Turn inner race 90° in the cage and rotate the inner race/hub out of the cage.
INSTALLATION
C/V JOINT-OUTER

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Fig. 41: Inserting Inner Race Into Cage And Rotate Race Into Cage
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1. Apply a light coat of grease to the C/V joint components before assembling them.
2. Align inner race, cage and housing according to the alignment reference marks.
3. Insert inner race (1) into the cage (2) and rotate race into the cage.

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Fig. 42: Rotating Inner Race/Hub In Cage
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4. Rotate inner race/hub in the cage (1).

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Fig. 43: Inserting Cage Into Housing
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5. Insert cage into the housing (3).

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Fig. 44: Rotating Cage Into Housing
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6. Rotate cage 90° into the housing (1).

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Fig. 45: Tilting Inner Race/Hub And Cage And Installing Balls
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7. Apply lubricant included with replacement boot/joint to the ball races. Spread lubricant equally between
all the races.
8. Tilt inner race/hub (2) and cage (3) and install the balls (4).

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Fig. 46: Pushing Joint Onto Shaft Until Snap Ring Seats In Groove
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9. Place new clamps onto new boot and slide boot onto the shaft to its original position.
10. Apply the rest of lubricant to the C/V joint and boot.
11. Push the joint onto the shaft until the snap ring (1) seats in the groove (3). Pull on the joint to verify the
span ring has engaged.

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