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How to remove the CV axle There is a roar when driving and believe it is a bearing, how do I fix it. My husband is a good mechanic and can fix it if he has a diagram.

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Go to local auto parts store and buy a haynes manual for your car, they are based on a complete teardown of car. this book will show you how. for about 20-25.00.

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