Question about 1999 Hyundai Sonata
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Says i laughing to myself ,yes they are easy to remove but you must lower the subframe ,although i have managed to change the clutch through a small gap by removing the engine mounts and moving the engine over a bit allowing the bell housing to swing back a bit so i can get to the clutch cover bolts ,then drop the disk which allows the cover to drop down WATCH YOU FINGERS .then refit the clutch leaving the cover bolts finger tight then the gearbox can be made to align up .then i drill a hole in the bell housing that aligns up with the clutch cover bolts which i then use a 1/4 socket set to tighten the clutch bolts through the hole .All clever stuff but this is a cowboy type job but at the end of the day it works
Posted on Nov 29, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes axle will just re insert in to the transfer case. My recommendation is to replace this stuff now since it is all apart anyways. Yes the ball joint will have to be pressed into the control arm. Some ball joints are designed that they just pull into the control arm as you tighten it.
Posted on May 19, 2010
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