Ultimate Guide For Replacing Universal Joints
Inspecting Bad Joints
This thing is for all those cars that are ether AWD RWD 4×4. This method and video will show you how to work and build your confidence on working on your car so you can save up hundreds of dollars.Most important this will Teach you how to treat your car.First of all you can check or see if you have a bad joints with driving your car if you hear some squeak or maybe you have some vibrations while you drive. This methods can be showing that the joints are going bad but also can mean that you might have some other problem so you can inspect your joints after you locate them there are several ones back on the front and on jeeps on the wheels.
Changing The Joints
So after we locate the joints we can inspect them with moving the shaft up and down and left and right you can do this with a tool also so you can have little bit more leverage, if you notice that you have a play in your joints that means that your pin bearings are maybe out of lube and they probably got dirt in side and start to rub on the metal. So first things first we need to remove the drive shaft so we can get to the joints. The drive Shaft is held by couple of bolts and after loosing those it should come off ,also repeat the same process on the other side the front one. After you get the shaft out of your car you can work on a working bench to get the rusty and old joints out of the drive shaft.
After Replacing the new joints its time to put it back together to make it happy again. Just repeat the same process like taking it off i should be easy. And After that it is time for a test drive you should get better improved car no vibrations and no squeaks.
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