Axle Banjo Housing problem is a common vehicle problem that happens to most car brands and models. The following is a sample list of Axle Banjo Housing problems reported in most popular vehicles.
The vehicle was a 2002 Chevrolet Trailblazer. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was 1GNDT13S12_. The transmission suddenly locked up, throwing passengers forward with great force. Please provide any further information. Ph. This issue happened on Wednesday, August 15, 2001.
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The vehicle involved was a 1998 Chevrolet C1500. The vehicle identification number (VIN) is 1GCEK19MXW_. Due to the axle shaft failing, the right front wheel became separated from the hub and almost came off the vehicle. This axle banjo housing issue occurred Tuesday, October 23, 2001.
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The car involved is a 1998 Dodge Durango. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this Dodge Durango is 1B4HS28Y2W_. Whole housing of rear end is defective which eats away the bearings, causing rear end to lock and stop wheels from rolling. Dealer contacted. It was Sun., May. 20, 2001 when this axle banjo housing issue occurred.
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The vehicle having this issue was a 2003 Dodge Dakota. The arms that hold the front end in place are broken they will knot fix it. They are saying it got hit the truck has 8320 miles on it. This problem occurred on Wednesday, June 16, 2004.
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The vehicle involved is a 1997 Ford f250 hd. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this Ford f250 hd is 1FTHF26F6V_. When you enage the front drive axle a sevear grinding noise occurs when the front end is just free wheeling sounds like metal to metal grinding but when rolled over by hand its quiet. The failure date was Wed., Apr. 25, 2001.
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The car was a 1997 Ford f150. The VIN of this vehicle was 1FTDX1762V_. Transmission housing failed resulting in leaking. This problem occurred on Monday, Apr. 1, 1996.
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The vehicle having this issue was a 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was 1J4GZ58S1V_. Rear differential roaring sound again in 3000 miles after replacement of all rear bearings/seals and both axles by dealer. Recent roadtest/inspection by dealer confirms continued excessive wear of new bearings and axles. Dealer now recommends new differential housing or replace entire rear differential. See past odi id number: 10100860 power train:axle. This issue happened on Wed., Feb. 9, 2005.
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The vehicle is a 1998 Jeep Cherokee. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is 1J4FY19S8W_. Left rear axle shaft broke while traveling on the street 25-30 mph. It was cause by manufacturer's defective part. Dealer notified. This axle banjo housing problem happened on Dec. 26, 1999.
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The car involved was a 1997 Mazda Protege. The VIN of this vehicle is JM1BC1415V_. Right side axle shaft/front sway bar links totalling $576. 44 in repairs. This issue happened on Sep. 13, 2001.
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The vehicle was a 2005 Nissan Titan. Dvr rear axle seal leak (which saturated brake pads leading to possible severe problem, but was caught before any situation) at 28,xxx miles, rear axle seal leak pass. Side (warranty optioned to replace whole rear end axle assembly at 36,200 miles, rear axle seal leak both sides including 3rd member seal at 60,xxx miles, rear end ring and pinion "grenaded" at 61,xxx miles (extended warranty still unsure on coverage due to lack of rear end maintenance records, I. E. - lube change) (required maintenance is every 30,000 miles, I have not put 30,000 miles on the vehicle before a major issue. ). This problem occurred on 12/29/2007.
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The car was a 1996 Saturn Sw2. Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is 1G8ZK827XT_. Consumer noticed vehicle was leaking on driveway, just small puddles. Dealer replaced housing unit because of cracks to transmission. Consumer feels this should not have happened considering the mileage on the vehicle and is requesting reimbursement. The failure date was 03/01/01.
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The vehicle involved is a 2005 Subaru Legacy. Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is 4S3BP676X5_. At 48,000 miles the turbo blew. The car has had regular oil changes and now we are being required by Subaru of America to provide receipts for the oil filter/oil as we did our own oil changes and maybe it will be covered under the powertrain warranty. We were never informed of the banjo bolt and the need to clean the screen to prevent oil starvation (see Subaru technical bulletin 02-103-07) this process has taken a month already and the car still sits, dead, in the Subaru service dept. Upon investigation there are other Legacy gt owners with the same problem. Subaru did not use these same turbos (vf40) in the 2006 models. Maybe they realize there is a major problem with the 2005's?. The failure date was Jun. 21, 2008.
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The vehicle having this issue was a 2005 Subaru Legacy. The letter I sent to Subaru of America (edited):
I am the owner of a 2005 Legacy gt. On August 5th, 2008 my family and I were headed to boise, idaho from bend, oregon. About an hour and a half from home I noticed that the engine was revving abnormally high to maintain speed. I called the shop back in bend (thomas sales and service) and they recommended that I have the car towed back to them. When we arrived back in bend the tech at the dealer inspected the car and determined that it was a turbo issue, as I had suspected. The service manager at the dealer who informed me the issue would be covered under warranty. Parts were ordered and service was scheduled. Several days later I was contacted again by the service manager who informed me that since my car was at 74k miles (but still inside the 5 year warranty period) it would not be covered and that the repair costs would be right around $2000. Naturally I was upset with this news. I am a member of the website Legacygt. Com and started looking around for information regarding my problem and found a service bulletin regarding the banjo bolt screen in the turbo getting clogged. At no time was I ever contacted by Subaru or my dealer regarding this potential problem or I would have had it checked out. I am also a member of mysubaru. Com and was not informed there either. I have had regular oil changes performed and have performed several myself (I have no record of this in the form of receipts, see attached copies) and the night before we left for boise I checked all the fluids and the air pressure in the tires and found everything was good. I was planning on having the oil changed again in boise. I have always used high quality synthetic oil since after the first couple of changes. What is really troubling is that at no time did I ever get a warning from a check engine light or error code, yet I seemed to have had a catastrophic failure. This problem occurred on Aug. 5, 2008.
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The car was a 1997 Toyota 4runner. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was JT3HN86R4V_. Rear axel housing rusted off of chassis requiring new axel housing. Vehicle does not have much rust otherwise. The failure date was 04/03/08.
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The vehicle is a 2001 Volvo S80. The consumer's daughter was driving the vehicle in traffic when it stalled in the middle of the freeway. She was able to get the vehicle to restart but when she put the vehicle into drive it went backwards. When the consumer got there he tried to get it to go forward and it went backwards. They called for a tow truck to take it to the dealer. When the consumer took it to the dealer they told him that it was the throttle body- etm that failed. This was because the banjo fitting had carbon build up. The throttle body is covered by warranty. And the cleaning of the banjo fitting is not. The consumer feels that it should be part of the manufactures preventive maintenance. When he contacted the manufacture they told him that he could not speak to the people there that decide what is covered as normal wear and tear. The vehicle has not been repaired as of yet, although he does intend to have it repaired. It was 07/15/2005 when this axle banjo housing issue occurred.
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The vehicle involved is a 1997 BMW 740. The VIN of the car is WBAGF8326V_. When vehicle goes over bump or dip, would bottom out, cracked differential wheel housing area; vehicle been in shop for 3 months for problem; dealer can not fix or get parts to fix problem. The failure date was Oct. 19, 1996.
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|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Automatic Transmission problems||
|Power Train problems||
|Transmission Failure problems||
|Transmission Gear Slipping problems||
|Differential Unit problems||
|Automatic Transmission Torque Converter problems||
|Automatic Transmission Park/neutral Start Switch problems||
|Manual Transmission problems||
|Transmission Noise problems||
|Automatic Transmission Control Module problems||
|Transmission Not Go Into Gear problems||
|Axle Assembly problems||
|Power Train Driveline problems||
|Transfer Case problems||
|Transmission Fluid Leaking problems||
|Noises During Shifting problems||
|Transmission Slip Out Of Gear problems||