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Renegade & Outlander rear cv boot or cv joint replacment

Hi there ! I had my cv boot torn a part two days ago,so i came here to see a solution of the problem. . Ok i have ordered the damn socket for the trail arm but 10 days waiting? nooooo way. So i got it out with no problem. I did pull aside the two shocks and the key move is to remove the secure bolts for differential,pull brake caliper aside . Wobble dif back and to the side and there u go axel is out . soory No picks but
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Thanks for the "tip", there is always a way, when there is a will.
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Quote: Originally Posted by astvadz71 View Post
Hi there ! I had my cv boot torn a part two days ago,so i came here to see a solution of the problem. . Ok i have ordered the damn socket for the trail arm but 10 days waiting? nooooo way. So i got it out with no problem. I did pull aside the two shocks and the key move is to remove the secure bolts for differential,pull brake caliper aside . Wobble dif back and to the side and there u go axel is out . soory No picks but
You really don't have to touch the diff or brake caliper. Just lift the rear of the machine, undo both rear shocks at the bottom and swing the rear tires down until you can get the axles out of the diff. ( use a sledge and a strap to pop axles out at diff end) Then remove outer axle nut and pull out axles.
I bought the fancy torsion nut tool because my dealer told me I needed it to replace the boot. I tried to return it unused but they wouldn't take it back. They even argued that you did need it to change boots.
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Whats that tool worth? I've read here somwhere of someone making one, Any pics of that self made tool? Good tips guys.
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Whats that tool worth? I've read here somwhere of someone making one, Any pics of that self made tool? Good tips guys.
It was about 50 bucks canadian. You could make one if you have time and patience.
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I believe you do however, need to unbolt and slide the diff back, to change the rear u-joints out....right?
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Quote: Originally Posted by astvadz71 View Post
Hi there ! I had my cv boot torn a part two days ago,so i came here to see a solution of the problem. . Ok i have ordered the damn socket for the trail arm but 10 days waiting? nooooo way. So i got it out with no problem. I did pull aside the two shocks and the key move is to remove the secure bolts for differential,pull brake caliper aside . Wobble dif back and to the side and there u go axel is out . soory No picks but
I found to pop the inner Shaft out of the rear I put a hose clamp on the case of the inner CV shaft and took a long bar so I could get a good hit on it with a hammer and it poped right out didnt even have to take the shock off. Loosen the outer hub bolt first.
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