beleave it or not its cheaper to buy the axel than jusy the cvjoint, its not that hards to replace an axel, you need to remove the tire on that side, you will see a big nut in the center of the wheel that is your axel nut take the nut loose then you will need a hammer drive the axel thru until it is free, then you will see your strut theres 2bolts running thru the strut remove the 2 bolts after removeing the bolts from the stut pull down on the spendel and release the axel after the axel is free from the spendel grab the axel and pull it out of the trasmision not sometimes it can be hard but it will come so don't be worred and to replace the axel do everthing in revers.note after replaceing the axel the car has to be lined up you can call the parts store and they can tell you how tight the axel nut has to be. i hope this will help you
a very big hammer
A good condition 1999 Eclipse is worth about $3,500.00
The starter is located between the engine and the radiator on the 1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse. The starter is responsible for starting the car.
A 1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse with the 2.0L or 2.4L engine requires 4.2 quarts of oil.
Yes the transmission will fit in a 2000
The 1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse OBD 2 port is on lower right edge of dash; next to kick panel
Mitsubishi was the manufacturer of the 1999 eclipse. It was the second generation of the Eclipse series. The Mitsubishi eclipse series stopped production in 2011.
In Mitsubishi eclipse rs with Crysler (2.0 DOHC) engine 0.037-0.039.
Maybe you blew them out?
Untwist it with pliers.