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Can someone with minor car repair expierience fix a CV joint in a acura cl 1997

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Very easy fix but will take sum time and specialty tools. If you have the tools just start tareing into it. If you dont, take it to the dealer. If you need step by step instructions I can help.

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    Very easy fix but will take sum time and specialty tools. If you have the tools just start tareing into it. If you dont, take it to the dealer. If you need step by step instructions I can help.

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