Best Answer

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.

User Avatar

Wiki User

โˆ™ 2007-12-27 06:17:40
This answer is:
User Avatar
Study guides
See all Study Guides
Create a Study Guide

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: How do you install a CV joint on a 1995 Elantra?
Write your answer...
Related questions

How do you replace the cv joint on a 1995 Pontiac?

It is generally not cost-effective to replace individual CV joints. Rebuilt or new CV shaft assemblies in most cases cost less than the joint itself, and are a lot less work to install.

How do you replace the CV joints on a 1995 Ford Taurus?

The CV joints on a 1995 Ford Taurus can be replaced by removing the front tires, and the nuts on the lower ball joint. Next, the lower ball joint will need to be removed and the CV joint can be removed.

How do you remove an install cv joint housing?

its so easy -- you tube has the basics -- if you can do a turnup you can change the cv- halfshaft

How do you change a CV joint on a 1987 Honda Civic?

Begin by removing the tire and wheel from your 1987 Honda. Remove the brake assembly and the brake rotor. Remove the CV joint retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new CV joint.

How do you install CV joints in a 1996 Ford Escort 1.8 with standard transmission?

how to change a cv joint on 96 escort

Is it cv joint or cvc joint?

CV (Constant-Velocity) joint

How do you install a front CV joint in a 1990 Subaru loyale?

Purchase a re-manufactured half-shaft from an auto parts store. The half-shaft comes complete ready to install with a new CV joint. You will spend almost as much for the CV joint kit alone and spend more frustrating time trying to rebuild the old half-shaft.

How do you install CV joint on 2004 dodge ram 2500?

it has a solid front axle, therefore it has u joints, not cv joints found on independent front suspension(ifs) of GMs. CV joints are gonna be awful hard to install on a solid front end...

What is the cost of a cv joint for a 1997 jeep?

I just replaced a cv joint on a 1995 grand Cherokee the part cost me about 150 bucks.Im not sure but I would think the 97 would have the same part number

How do you repair a cv joint on a 1995 Saturn with a manual transmission?

It's usually much more inexpensive to replace the entire drive shaft than to repair a worn cv joint. The new drive shaft will come with new cv joints and new boots.

How do you replace cv joint on a 1997 dodge grand caravan?

Remove wheel and brake caliper, remove caliper frame and ABS cable.Separate tie rod end and ball joint from steering knuckle. Remove hub nut and pull knuckle away from outer cv joint. Insert a thin pry bar between cv inner and transaxle case and jerk it to loosen cv joint. Re-install in reverse order.

How do you fit a cv joint on a ford galaxy?

how to fit cv joint on ford galaxy

Are there 4 cv joints on a Camry?

Yes you have two drive axles that use 2 CV joints, both have an inner CV joint and an Outer CV joint

What happens when cv joint breaks when you are driving?

what happens when cv joint breaks when you are driving on freeway

What is the joint on the front propshaft is it a cv or a uj?

If it is round, it is a cv. If it is a cross shape, it is an u joint.

How do you replace a CV joint in Kia Sportage 2000?

The CV joint in a 2000 Kia Sportage can be replace by roving the tires, axle nuts, and the knuckle bolts on the struts. Next, the CV joint can be removed by placing a screwdriver between the transmission and the CV joint will pop out.

What is a CV joint in Norwegian?

CV Skjøt

What is a CV and when should you use a CV instead?

CV joint is a Constant Velocity Joint in all FWD cars and most 4WD cars. A cv joint makes your FWD car drive and turn without losing velocity.

What does it mean that a cv joint bellows?

The bellows on a CV joint is the rubber boot that covers the joint keeping dirt and water out, grease in.

Can a cracked CV boot cause noise in the CV joint?

A cracked boot itself won't cause a CV joint to make noise. However, a cracked boot WILL cause the grease to be slung out and allow dirt to enter the CV joint. And a contaminated CV joint that is starved for lubricant WILL eventually start to make noise.

How do you change the cv joint boot in a 2000 Kia Spectra?

You can buy a CV joint boot kit and install it fairly easily if you can find a boot that bolts together in the center. Just cit the old boot off, put the new boot on , install the grease, bolt up the sides, and put on the hose clamp.

Is cv joint same as the front axle where the rubber boot is?

The CV joint is the part inside the boot.

Replacement of cv joint on Renault megane 2?

replacing cv joint renault megane 2

How do you replace a CV joint on a 1992 Chevy pickup?

how do you replace a CV joint on a 1992 Chevy pickup?

How does a cv joint break?

In most CV axle failures, the outer CV joint usually dries out and breaks, often at the cage. this then disconnects from the wheel. A ripped CV boot speeds up the process by allowing dirt and water to enter the joint.