REPLACING RIGHT CV AXLE

1996 Toyota Camry

Tiny

nc01zz

November, 22, 2008 AT 11:27 PM

The red lines show where the hook could get a grip on my axles. It required a helper holding the hook in place while I operated the ram. I was replacing both axles with new ones, so I didn't care if I pulled the CV joints apart--and one did come apart. It helps to have the wheel hubs wired out of the way to give more room to work. It also required getting a little mad and ramming the #$%@$% things dozens of times!


http://www.2carpros.com/forum/automotive_pictures/270422_Grip_Points_3.jpg

Tiny

Malichi

November, 23, 2008 AT 10:59 AM

I see.

Thank you very much NC, Im off to go try that.

Tiny

toyotech

November, 23, 2008 AT 7:12 PM

If you have a compressor and an air hammer with a hammer head bit you can hit the axle/motor mount and the axle shaft will literally walk itself out. If this is not an option and the original problem is in the outer cv joint, consider replacing half of the shaft separating the shaft at the six hex bolts. Use extreme caution if you go this way because moving that inner joint too far in or out will cause the big cv bearings to fall out. It can be put back together, but it can also be put back together incorrectly. Not an easy job. You will use every profanity in your arsenal.

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