Question about Chevrolet Uplander
Start by jacking the car (SAFELY secure it up in the air with jack stands) - remove the tire on the side you want to replace, once in there you will need to get at the center of the wheel and remove the nut, pop the axle out and replace..
it would be wise to have a drain pan and rags for any oil which may leak and or seep out..as you progress forward the removal becomes more evident, there are typically no spring type clips, the shaft slides right out. other hint: you may find it easier to turn the steering wheel - again be sure you safely secure the car when it is up off the ground
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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