you dont unless you want to buy a new carrier for it and install it, I would say approx $800
A 1994 Ram 1500 has a Dana44 front axle. A 2500/3500 has a Dana60 front axle.
No, it has independent suspension in front.
It depends if it is a 4 wheel drive truck. A rear driveshaft is used to drive the rear axle. A front driveshaft is used to drive the front axle on a 4X4.
Front axle is a 9.25 American Axle Rear axle is a 10.5 American Axle
The differentials uses 75W90 synthetic axle fluid.The differentials uses 75W90 synthetic axle fluid.
The 1500 4X4 went to the independent front axle in 2002. The 2500 and 3500 4X4's still have a solid front axle.
Assuming you mean the front axle 4WD actuator, it is on the passenger side of the front axle housing.
The front axle itself does not need to be removed.
I have a 1999 Dodge 2500 4WD, and the answer is no. It's just stubborn. I used a breaker bar and 3ton jack to break it loose.
There is some play in the axle