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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1 remove the tire
2 remove the nut off the axle in the center of the hub
3 remove the two nut and bolts that hold the strut to the spindle and pull spindle out towards you. these bolts may be pressed in and you might have to beat them out with a hammer, carefull not to hit the threads, reuse them
4 when you pull the spindle push the axle inwards until you can force it out. you might have to tap the axle with a hammer to get it to release from the spindle.
5 look at the distance between the axle and tranny 1/2 to 1 inch
6 get a pry bar and put it between the axle and tranny
pry the axle out, it has a c clip to hold it in, it may take a lot of pressure.
7 replace the axle with new one, remember the distance and the c clip. you have to get it back in to that distance and you can not hit the end of the shaft with a steel hammer, use a block of wood on the shaft and a hammer
8 assemble the rest in reverse order
9 when putting the strut to the spindle put the bottom bolt in first.
Posted on Jun 16, 2010
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