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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
get a mechanic to do it, there a challenge even for a pro,
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
Testimonial: "Thank you for your response, I certainly will have a mechanic do the job, but I need to know where the alternator is located on my vehicle."
If the boot is torn it is a good possibility that the shaft may need to be changed. Auto zone and schucks sell aftermarket boots that are called split boots so you don't have to remove the axle. other wise if you buy a new boot you will have to remove the hub cap break the nut loose on the axle then jack up that side and remove the tire remove the brake caliper remove the lower control arm remove the lower ball joint out of the ball joint then force the shaft of the ball joint out of it,s socket pull axle assembly away from the axle and force axle out then remove the old clamps then remove the boot. If it is the outer that's all you need to do if it's the inner boot which some models have then the axle has to be removed from the trans-axle. Be sure to clean the Area where the new boot goes on and clean the U-joint that the boot it covers, when you buy a new boot they should supply you with new grease if they do be sure to pack the grease in the u-joint then install the boot making sure the boot slips into the groove of the axle and slip clamp on and hook it in the spot and bend it forward then bend the tabs over that hold the clamp in place. Be sure where the boot fits it is clean or you will not get it tight enough and it will come off..
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks for your help, sounds like i'll be calling Auto Zone or Schuks."
there is a pressure sensor on the steering rack which can cause this fault did rack come complete or did you have to swap anything over
Posted on May 23, 2010
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