Question about 1999 Isuzu Rodeo
I've removed the outer cv joint on one side but am having trouble getting it back on past the circlip. Any suggestions on how to get the outer back on without removing the axle or how to remove the whole axle??
Line the outer up in the right place and enter it until the circlip is against the splines . Use a large heavy hammer and rap the end of the shaft hard and the circlip will pop in the groove and allow the shaft to go home.. Removal from the shaft is much the same as it has a circlip inside the transmission. So remove the shaft from the wheel. Use a hammer to hit the cv joint so that it jumps the shaft out of the transmission .
Posted on Mar 20, 2014
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