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C.v. joints need replacement

Need to replace c.v. joints on 1998 accord. i am some what mechanical. does this job need any special tools? would a beginer be able to do this job or shouldf I take it in. Also the shop told me that my ignition needs replacement. that it was prob the key cylinder. would this also be something i could tear into

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First of all replce the whole axle . that is inner , and outer joints.
boots bands and grease. replace one side at a time to keep yor transmission intact internally air bags steering wheel puller some are easier than others

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