Question about 1998 Isuzu Rodeo
Nothing wrong with the above advise. Just one more thing. Hopefully you first tried removing the circlips that hold the joint in place. Some units' circlips are obvious as they sit on the outside of the u-joint's cup. Certain models do however have a circlip between the u-joint centre piece and the inside of the driveshaft.
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
I use heat, use torches to heat the area around the ujoint, then use the hammer again, be careful where you are hitting you can knock the alignment of the shaft out & you will have to replace the shaft. The weld linnes on the shaft are a good spot, also use extreme care not to heat the ujoint its self up too much, they have been know to explode with heat. Wear googles!!! Good luck
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