Question about 1991 Geo Metro
Getting enough space between the transmission and steering knuckle requires either hoisting the engine and transmission several inches or dropping the lower ball joint. A word of caution on removing the ball joint - the keeper bolt above the ball joint must be removed for the ball joint shaft to come out. Also be careful not to rip rubber boot dust cover on the ball; replacements are hard to find. Unstake the splindle nut and remove it; they are generally very hard to get loose. I suggest an impact wrench, or at least a long 1/2" drive breaker bar. Use a pry bar between the transmission housing and the CV joint to pop the inside end of the shaft out of the transmission; it takes some pressure to pop the snap-ring, but you won't break it.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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