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94 eagle talen

How do i change the driver side half shaft??

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  • alive6504 Oct 25, 2008

    frount wheel drive,,and it's the driver side

  • alex metro
    alex metro May 11, 2010

    94 talon? is it front wheel drive or all wheel drive?

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On the front wheel drive, axle removal is the same for both sides, the drivers side is just longer.
here is a step-by-step guide to removing it.

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