Question about 2000 Volkswagen Golf
We'll do one side of the car and you can repeat the steps on the other side, before you remove the wheels you have to remove the large centre nut that holds on the cv joint. the nut is in the centre between the wheel nuts, its normal a 34'' or 36'' you'll have to us a power bar as they can be tight. once the nut is removed, jack the car up and remove the wheel, next you have to remove the nut holding the (bottom) ball joint, when the nut is off the ball joint will be hard to seperate hit the ball joint on all sides with a hammer if it still wont move you will have you use a ball joint seperater (fork shape) to brake the connection. once the ball joint is removed you can (tap) the the cv joint out of its housing in the centre of the wheel( where the big nut was ) be careful not to damage the treads. with the cv joint free the driveshaft will hand free some off them just pull out when you remove the clips on the rubber booth attached to the driveshaft and gearbox, others booths are bolted in with small 13mm bolts, repeat the process on the other side. good look I hope this helps (Rate me answer please)
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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