Question about 2001 Suzuki Esteem
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
have you undone the main hub bolt, if yes, there could be two different items holding the cv joint on, one is a small circlip in the joint end, or the other is just like an expanding metal ring again only small. what i had to do to change my one was take the driveshaft out (easier to see whats there) then gently (rubber hammer) hit the CV joint it should then fall off to allow you to change the CV joint. I spent over an hour trying to get the metal ring off, then after taking driveshaft off it was changed and back on in ten mins. Or you can go to a motor factors or similar and get a boot puller, my opinion hammer works better lol
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
athere is a snap ring within the CV joint the nedds to be spread OPEN to release CV joint from axle, Once CV is cleaned and repacked with grease rintall onto axle by again spreading apart clamp. Prior to installing CV joint slide NEW CV joint boot onto axle, Cleanly intall add'l grrease and reinstall CV boot.
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
SOURCE: Cv joint
did you try penitration oil let it sit then try to get it off. or try heating it up.
1. do that outside
2. keep a water hose next to you!!! JUST INCASE
well i have this helps
Posted on May 09, 2009
the wheel has to come off, then the axle, Then it slips on like a glove after you apply grease to certain parts....goto ur local Autozone or car parts store for a book on you vehicle.
You can cut off the old one but you can't put the new one back on like that because the whole thing spins while the car moves. The boot has to be perfectly centered, and a cut boot will spin out of control.
Posted on May 23, 2009
Carbon build up on pistons raises engine compression.This is normal.Go up one grade on gas and/or put some fuel additive.If this doesnt solve it,have timing belt/chain inspected may need replaced
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
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