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Should be a pinch bolt at either end. Unbolt one, compress the slip joint, unbolt the other and pull it out. Do Not rotate steering wheel with shaft out. You can brake your clockspring wires in the steering column. Mark the orientation of the shaft ends to get the new one in exactly the same way. Some models can be really hard to access. Seperating the subframe and body may be necessary. Removing the steering column may be necessary.
Posted on May 02, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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