1999 Toyota Camry Repair Question
1989 toyota camry cv axle
The axle shaft do not meet each other so it is not possible for the passenger side to be pushing out the other.
Check the locking clip of the shaft. If it is weak, it would result in the shaft popping out.
i checked that it is locking in fine but is not staying in even had a shop put it in still did it.
somehow something is pushing or pulling it out it lockes in once i start driving it pops out.
and its 89 not 99 messed up
For this model, the shaft is rather tight and quite often we have difficulty removing the shaft.
Something is not correct and it could be the length of the joint that plugs in.
If your old shaft is still available, compare their length.
Did you compare the length of the complete shaft before installing?
Remoe the central locking nut and push the sgaft as far as it can go in. The tip of the shaft should be almost completely level with the hub flange. If it is going in further than that, the length of the shaft could be too short.
I would be fitting a new "C" retaining clip on the shaft.
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khlow2008 i matched the two up when i got the new one but i no longer have the old one
mhpautos the shaft is new the clip is in normal condition i dont think that is the problem
can anyone tell me what the noise is it sounds like its coming from the passenger side of the tranny or where the cv connects to the tranny
Some C-clips are not strong if it is not OEM so I agree with mhpautos about replacing it.
What type of noise are you getting?
When does the noise occur?
its a clicking sound when the car is moving rather if its on or not it dose it while in motion
Does it occur on straight lines or only when making turns?