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newtoyo
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2002 Toyota Celica GT

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Jan 16, 11:32am - #84399 
Changing CV joint

can some one please explain or show me how to change out my drivers side cv joint.


My cars not slow, it's just gifted. Let me stop lyin, it's all around handicap!FOR NOW
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newcelica84
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Jan 16, 6:03pm - #84400 
you gotta take out the hub assembly, then take out the axle, the axle should be hard to take out, once out it's a good idea to have a new boot and pack it with new grease. you might need an alighnment afterwards.

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Jan 17, 5:35pm - #84401 
I got everything done, I just can't get the alxe out of the tranny. I know it's supposed to be hard, but what is a good technique to use.


My cars not slow, it's just gifted. Let me stop lyin, it's all around handicap!FOR NOW
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