Question about 1992 GMC Jimmy
If you have never done it before, It would be best to just remove the shaft and watch how the joint is removed and installed, by a mechanic. You can avoid damaging the new u=joint or bending the yoke. Then your problems begin. Let someone show you the how on the first one and it will be a cakewalk thereafter. Good luck.and be safe. Make sure the driveshaft has no load or pressure on it before loosening any bolts.._Ned_
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
Buy manual, removal: raise vehicle and place on jack stands remove skid-plate, mark relationship of driveshaft to the front diff flange and the transfer case flange, remove the bolts and straps from diff flange and trans case flange, push the rear half of the driveshaft forward far enough to separate it from the transfer case flange, then lower it and separate it at the diff flange. installation: attach the front end of the driveshaft to the front diff flange and install the straps and bolts finger tight, extend or compress the driveshaft as necessary , attach the rear end to the transfer case flange, install the straps and bolts and tighten all bolts to 59 ft #'s , install skid plates, and lower vehicle
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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