Question about 1992 Toyota Corolla
My 1992 Corolla's CV Boots are completely ripped a full 360 degrees, I just want to replace the boot which is only 18 bucks. How do I go about this?
You would first have to remove and brake caliper bolts and shock absorber mounting bolts. Don't forget the tie rod end also. Once removed, loosen axle lock nut and pull out axle completely. Remove snap ring located at the end of the shaft that connects iwth the transmission. Use snap ring remover. Pull out first the bearing making sure to remember how to reinstall again. Then you have access to the boots. Follow the guides for the boots upon installation. Repeat in reverse order the assembly.
Posted on Nov 29, 2009
It is just as easy to replace the whole shaft and easier
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
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