Question about Chevrolet Cobalt
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
U will need to disconnect the strut bolts to the steering hub, remove large nut off end of axle shaft at hub, also take the tie rod end off as well as brake caliper and rotor, then push the axle shaft back out of the hub and tie the hub away from the axle with wire, the axle then just snaps out of the trans, this will be very hard to do, you will have to pull the axle at a straight angle and try to pull in a quick outward snapping motion, it will take repeated attempts so don't get frustrated, take your time.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
you have to use a pry bar inbetween the gearbox and the cv shaft end.they have a retainer spring in the end to keep it in tight.when installing the new one,it may have to be hit with a 2 lb hammer to seat it in place.cover the end of the shaft that goes to the hub,with a piece of wood so it does not damage the splines.it is critical that the seal on the transmission is clean and all the splines.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
i use a 3 arm puller to force the shaft out of the hub spline (do not hammer on the cv shaft at all, you will destroy it), and either a pickle fork or a specialy designed ball joint puller to seperate the balljoint from the knuckle. if you dont have a special puller and need to save the balljoint. try using a 6 or 8 foot steel bar to pry down on the lower control arm while another person strikes the knuckle at the balljoint location. note pin retainer type balljoints have a small slot which can be spread open alittle with a cold cut chisel or larg screw driver once the cv shaft is out of the way
Posted on May 28, 2010
SOURCE: replacing the passenger side cv
Remove the caliper, rotor, and the splined shaft should either press out of the bearing or unbolt form the inside of the control arm itself.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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