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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If your looking to replace them, wich is what most do today, it is cheaper to purchase a axle with new cv joints than to rebuild them. It is a very simple job in todays cars, remove tires remove lower tie rod , remove nut in center of the rotor and pull wheel assembley to the side hanging from the strut, pull axle out replace the transmission seal, push new axle in. When putting wheel assembley on, use a hydraulic jack on bottom of the rotor to push it to the axle splines and put the new nut on .
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
SOURCE: have a 1997 plym voyager
It does have a axle seal there, and the axle will slide out. You may be able to replace that seal by just sliding the axle out, remove and replace the seal and slide the axle back in. If you take on this job, you will probably need some pointers.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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