The easy way is to get both replacement rear half-shafts then jack up the car, support it under the lower control arm mounts. Drain the oil out of the differential, remove the EVAP can, and the damper from the differential, then drop the differential down while pulling the inner CV joints out of the housing. Watch out for the ABS tone rings. Remove the outer axle nuts and push the outer CVs free of the hubs. Reverse to install the new ones. Refill the differential. You use the same process for a single axle so it is better to just do both and avoid the extra labor later.
Wednesday, February 21st, 2018 AT 11:07 AM