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How do you install a cv drive axle for a '97 Suzuki Sedan?

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Answered 2015-07-14 14:58:58

well i hope you have a rack but i know that you don't me nither ok first jack the car in the air about 3 feet support car with jack stands and use just the jack. using a pickel fork to pop out not remove the tie rod end trying not to rip the greese boot once out move out of your way be tieing up using whit ever you find or have handy.don't forget to remove the nut from the tierod end befor poping apart . next remove the nut and bolt from balljoint then with a pry bar lission in my thought anything can be used that is small like to fit between the a-arm to pulldown and out. at this time you will be able to move the strut,brake calibel,rotor.next take axel nut off 32-34mm socket tap end of cv shakt with nut still on end of shaft side a is out side b with small pry bar slide between cv and transmission case and swiftly pry back on cv have rag ready to shove in where cv came out . elliotts9 PS repeat all backwards to install cv shaft

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