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How do you replace the cv joints on a 1998 blazer s10?

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2015-07-15 21:32:57
2015-07-15 21:32:57

On the 89 I have, you pull the brake, rotor, shock and use a gear puller to disconnect the steering knuckle. Then you use an impact gun to loosen the nut that holds the CV spline into the wheel hub. remove the flange bolts that hold the inside of the CV to the differential. Turn the steering wheel towards the side youre not replacing to get more room under there and the CV should pop out easy.

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