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Dec 28, 2006, 10:56 AM

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How do I change the inner CV joint and is it very much troubl?


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Dec 28, 2006, 11:22 AM

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remove wheel seperate ball joint from spindle some times ite easier to remove sway bar link if you have one remove large cv axle nut at the front of your brake rotor it should be a 36mm nut pull spindle out of the way to let the shaft come out of the spindle or hub what ever you want to call it let shaft hang down get under the van and with a pry bar pop the other end of cv shaft out of trans when you go to reinstall it can be help full to put grease around snap ring that goes in to your tranny it will be at the end of your cv shaft install trans end first get it centered in the trans and give it a few taps with a hammer to get it to seat in to trans make sure its centered before you smack it and put the nut on the cv shaft and hit the nut not the shaft then put it back through the spindle and reinstall everthing else also look at your brake pads while the wheel is off if there less than a 16th of an inch you should replace them good luck hope this helps


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Dec 30, 2006, 8:36 AM

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Thank you for your help.




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