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Installing my CV Joint in my Suz

I need the schematics for installing the drivers side CV Joint in my 1991 four wheel drive Suzuki Sidekick. Can you get me them or can you tell me where i can find them? If you can that would be great. Thank You

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Exposed inner wheel well


old post but here goes....
the suzuki dealer (shut down here ,usa) theirparts counter is open.
and you can look at what is missing.
or buy an EPC and look yourself or the shop manual.
or mitchels or alldata dot com
but you never said the year? or car make? suz, what?
what year.?
older years they dont even sell parts like this.. so......
and if true that, only off wrecked cars can you get older parts.

no photos , no guessing. sorry. this is a hands on eyes on fix.
either ask a live person or post photos.

89 and up mostly ( i have a 96 that some body parts are not sold new by anyone on earth)
parts and photos. too.
http://www.oemsuzukiparts.com/parts/1995/Suzuki/Sidekick/JLX/?siteid=214330&vehicleid=9158&section=BODY%20HARDWARE

here is a random , view , of one section.
http://www.oemsuzukiparts.com/parts/1995/Suzuki/Sidekick/JLX/?siteid=214330&vehicleid=9158&diagram=1410080&diagramCallOut=3

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