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How do you install a CV joint on a 1995 Elantra?


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2007-12-27 06:17:40
2007-12-27 06:17:40

change the whole axle its easier, remove the wheel, unbolt the 2 bolts holding the lower strut, disconnect the steering connecting rod (you'll need a special tool but its cheap) remove the strut from the wheel hub by pulling down and then pull the whloe wheel hub to the sdie at the same time push the axle out of the hub. the use a wedge (ie a tire iron or large screw driver and pop the axle out of hte tranny, befor you install the new one inspect that seal and lub it with grease.

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