Plymouth Workshop Manuals
Prowler V6-3.5L VIN G (1999)
Transmission and Drivetrain > Drive/Propeller Shafts, Bearings and Joints > Drive/Propeller Shaft > Component Information > Specifications > Page 3380
Drive/Propeller Shaft: Description and Operation
The propeller shaft is an all aluminum one piece shaft. It uses flexible rubber couplers at each end that attach to the drive flanges. Alignment bushings
NOTE: The propeller shaft and rubber couplers are serviced as an assembly. Do not try to repair any component of the propeller shaft.
The propeller shaft is balanced by the manufacturer to prevent vibration. Before undercoating a vehicle, the propeller shaft and the rubber coupling
Use exact replacement hardware for attaching the propeller shaft. Exact replacement with original MOPAR parts will ensure safe operation. The
CAUTION: Do not tilt the propeller shaft down or upward at either end. Damage to the internal bushings will result. Do not allow the propeller shaft
CAUTION: It is very important to protect the external surface of the coupling flanges from damage after propeller shaft removal.
CAUTION: If removal of the propeller shaft is necessary, mark the rubber couplers at the front and rear flanges for installation reference. Deattach
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