Question about 2000 Ford Windstar
You can but I think you are getting in over your head. There is nothing telling you the condition of the CV joint you will be removing (Constant Volecity) (Knuckles?). This is a big job requiring special tools. If it is your bearing that requires replacement, the CV joint is not really involved in this. If you do remove and replace the CV joint, it will still have to be adjusted and the front of your vehicle will require realignment. I doubt you have the capability or skill needed for a wheel alignment in your garage.
My free advice is pay the $100.00 or so to get new bearings done professionally.
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Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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