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Where to get rzeppa joint kit?

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    fair play toyota ed ! straight to the point

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You need to go to a Toyota dealership parts department.
Order and purchase this part number: 00434-60051
Expect to pay $226.51 plus applicable taxes.
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Posted on Dec 04, 2008

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    Thanks for the FIxYa rating. Much Appreciated!

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With a little difficulty. Google online for the video, but I'd have to know your exact car model, A4, A6, A8, whatever.

Why are you replacing the CV axle assembly? Most of the time all you have to do is replace the outer joint (rzeppa) or clean it and replace the boot. Rarely does the inner joint fail unless the boot has been gone for awhile and dirt/water has contaminated and the grease has gone.

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Swing the carrier out while holding the axle in towards the transmission. If the rzeppa joint is frozen into the hub you can screw the axle bolt almost all the way in but ½" out, then rap the bolt with a BF hammer/hand sledge until it moves...then back out the axle bolt as necessary, rap it again if it still sticks, until you can get the joint free from the carrier.

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Take the tires off, and look for a fill plug behind the hub, on the housing, above the ball & socket. Remove the plug, and fill it up with 80-90 gear oil. Replace the plug, do the other side.
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