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Replace cv assembly and also attempt to lift up rear

When replacing the cv joint, would it be best to replace the whole axle assembly and, could this be repaired by someone with no experience with the help of video instruction. Is there any type of spring that works in conjunction with the shock/strut on the rear of this type of vehicle

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Best to replace both sides and yes it is the whole axle assembly for each side, as for the struts on the back there are no springs on these struts.

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