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I need to change the front right CV DRIVE SHAFT of my 2002 Toyota Camry.

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Cheaper to find a complete assy at a salvage yard. To replace the axle unless you are handy with tools would recommend buy the axel and take it to a repair shop.
To check the CV joint do a visual inspection, they normally have a torn boot and dirt in the joints and causes them to fail. Also to check it drive the car it will make a bumping noise when you turn hard either direction

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