Question about 1997 Toyota Avalon
First, call around for replacement boot prices, and compare that to replacement axle prices (rebuilts are available). Usually, it is only a few dollars more for a new or rebuilt axle assembly then for a new boot. The operation for replacement is the same for either, so I would go with the axle. Then, find a friend with automotive lift equipment. It is much more difficult to replace when on jackstands than when on an actual lift. Make sure you have the manual with you. Or, just pay someone the labor$; it may be worth it!
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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