Question about Jeep Liberty
I was driving and all of a sudden it sounded as if it had a blow out and my car grinded and couldn't drive. I looked at all four tires only to find out that it wasn't a tire. I didn't know what it was until a tow mechanic came and said that my axel dropped. Now what>> It;s all in one piece
Likely the part you are seeing is not the entire unit. The other end of the c/v joint is still installed in the wheel hub. You will need to change the joint. (easier, faster and not too much more $ is to change with a pre-assembled axle/c/v assembly) It is not a terribly difficult job but if you have no experience, either get a manual like haynes, or have a shop take care of it.
If you opt to swap it yourself, I'm here to answer specific questions.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
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