On the Chrysler there are no such things as "CV joints". There are however "U joints". To remove them you would have to drop the driveshaft and have them pressed out by a machine shop.
First you remove the battery, air filter, distributor cap and rotor, disconect shift cables, clutch cable, and the three plugs going into the transmition, remove wheels and axles, support engine and transmition w/ jacks, remove exhaust, transmition mounts, crossmember, rear engine/transmition mount, remove the transmition, then theres your clutch and replace it you'll need a tourqe wrench i think its 13lbs for the clutch, greese the spines and tranny then throw it all back together again, this requires that ALOT OF CURSE WORDS TO BE USED. Buy a servise manual like haynes our some thing like that its a pain but I've done it twice in six months to a 92 and a 91 all modles are basicly the same just double check parts with a parts dealer.
Remove the wheel. Remove the brakes and drum. Remove the tie rod. Pound the ball joint out with a hammer. Reverse the process to install the new ball joints.
The CV joints in 1999 Malibu can be replaced by removing the front tires and moving the brake lines out of the way. Next, you will need to remove the nuts for the CV joints by using force to remove it from its housing.
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To replace ball joints on a 2004 2WD Ranger, lift the upper control arm of the spindle assembly and remove the nut holding the lower ball joint in place. Then lower the lower control arm to relieve the ball joints. Replace with new.Ê
Put your truck up on jacks. Loosen the lug nuts on the wheel and then remove them. Remove the tire so you have access to the ball joints. Use a pair of pliers to remove the cotter pins. Place a ball joint separator between the ball joint and the steering knuckle and then hammer it until it pops loose. Remove the old ball joints and then replace them with the new ones.
on the upper ball joints just remove the four bolts on the upper control arm and use a picker fork to remove the balljoint from the steering knuckle. for the lower ball joints you have to remove the axle then repeat the same steps for the uppers
Rather than replacing just the ball joints, replace the whole arm as replacing just the ball will more than likely not work. Use ball joint remover tools to remove and replace.
how to remove a clutch out of a transmition on a 1997 dyna wide glyde
How do I remove the front rotors so I can replace the CV joints? .... After removing the brake pads and caliper assembly, of course.
First remove the steering knuckle completely from the truck. Then remove any circlips (snap rings.) Then, use a ball joint press to push the old ball joints out and new ones in. Replace any circlips. Assemble the rest. Get the wheel alignment adjusted.
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replace the upper control arm and take it to aligment shop it will be the right process
Don't bother replacing the joints, replace the axles. The cost isn't much different and your getting new joints and boots, not to mention less time to do it. Check for weak motor mounts on this van, they contibute to axles popping out if they are too weak. Alignment of where the motor sets is critical.
In the Standard Beetle the ball joints are pressed into the trailing arms. You need a special press tool to replace these. In the Super Beetle the ball joint is part of the lower control arm, you replace the arm when the ball joint is worn out.
Read the manual instruction from there, you will be able replace your headlights... Remove the back cover counterclock wise, then counterclockwise on the main headlight support..... Voila.. easy as 123
This is a general procedure checklist for removing most balljoints on 4x4's. - Remove wheel - remove brakes/caliper/rotor - remove wheel bearing/hub assy/4x4 assy (some assy's don't need removing to replace ball joints, if able to get to joint) - need press to remove joints or a hammer, chisel and lot's of elbow grease. Usually torches make it easier. Or remove the spindle and take to a bench press to remove the ball joints. Most places I know do this. - installation is the reverse Ball joints on 4x4's are typically a job that cost's lot's and for good reason. The joints can be a real treat getting out. Good luck.
Remove transmission oil pan
use a torch to melt out the plastic then remove the clips(on the inside) and remove as normal
jack up the car front end removed the tires remove the lower control arm
Remove old ball joint. Reverse procedure to install new ball joint.
The driveshaft is removed to replace the clutch by unbolting the u-joints and retaining caps on each end of the drive shaft. The shaft can then be collapsed slightly to allow for easier removal.
Really not that bad to do. Order of removal remove wheel remove brake/ brake assy/caliper remove wheel bearing OR remove ball joint/tie rod and move spindle out of way to be able to pull axle out pull u-joint and axle out replace u joints assy is reverse of removal
I would recommend purchasing a Haynes Manual. It gives you a complete tear down. You can purchase it at a pepboys