how to replace boot on front drive


Asked by Dec 08, 2013 at 07:05 AM about the Nissan Terrano II

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

4 Answers


Are you asking about replacing a CV joint Boot?

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While not specific to your actual car, cut and paste the link at the end into a browser window. It will give you an idea on how to replace. It requires a lot of wrenching and a space to work. Since the boot is torn and it might have been for awhile and dirt gets in and grease falls out destroying the joint. Sometimes it's better just to replace the whole shaft since your going through all that work to remove it, and it's not that expensive if doing the work yourself.. Good Luck!.....

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I agree with Tom. I have went thru the trouble of replacing boots before only to have the replace the axle a month or so later. When replacing a boot you will have done all the same work to replace the axle except for just popping the axle out. (On most models).

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