Propeller Shaft CV Joint Kit
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Propeller Shaft CV Joint Kit
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Dorman - OE Solutions Propeller Shaft CV Joint Kit

Part No. 932-101 Warranty Details  
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Easily restore the driveshaft to operation with our Driveshaft CV Joint Repair Kit. Now you can replace only the failed joint. Since this part is direct replacement, the fit adds convenience.

Product Features:
  • Comes with joint, boot, clamps & grease for a complete repair (where applicable)
  • Replacement stops clicking sounds and/or vibrations from the CV Joint
  • Durable design resists tearing, damage from debris, and water intrusion
  • Precision manufactured for close tolerances
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    How do I install a propeller shaft cv joint on my s-10 chevy drive shaft?
    Asked on 8/3/2013 by Bob from Hellam, pa

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      With reference to your inquiry on the Dorman - OE Solutions Propeller Shaft CV Joint Kit - part# 932-101, with the S10 on a lift raised to about waist level, remove the lug nuts and tire using the pneumatic gun and a socket. Remove the caliper bolts with the air ratchet and a 3/8-inch hex head male adapter. Pry the caliper off with a small pry bar and support to the frame out of the way using a bungee cord. The pads will remain intact with the caliper. Manipulate the cotter pins in the upper and lower ball joints and pry them out with a pair of dikes. Remove the upper and lower ball joint castle nuts using a hand wrench. Break them free with the box end side and then flip over to the open end to speed things up. Remove the hub bearing nut using the pneumatic gun and a 36 mm socket. Remove the washer. Tap the spindle of the CV shaft with the hammer until it starts to move. Separate the connection of the knuckle from the ball joints using the hammer to alternately pound onto the upper and lower control arms until it breaks free. The knuckle will drop down some when it separates, but the tie rod end and CV joint spindle should still hold it in place. Place the drain bucket under the transaxle where the CV joint enters it. Recruit a tech or a friend to manipulate the knuckle toward the back of the S10. Manipulate the spindle of the CV joint out of the hub of the knuckle. Place a large pry bar on the inside base of the CV joint and pry it out of the transaxle. A little bit of fluid will dribble out of the connection from the transaxle and hopefully into the drain bucket. Install the new CV joint until you hear it click into the transaxle. Make sure the base is flush. Manipulate the knuckle and hub to fit over the spindle of the CV joint making sure to align the splines. Have your tech/friend manipulate the knuckle back onto the upper and lower ball joints and replace the castle nuts enough to hold the knuckle. Tighten the castle nuts and replace the cotter pins. Replace the washer and hub bearing nut with the gun. Tighten until it bottoms out. Turn the CV joint by hand to make sure it is turning correctly. Replace the caliper over the rotor. You may need the C clamp to press the caliper piston inward just enough to get over the rotor. If that's the case, you may have to remove the pads to do so. Replace the caliper bolts using the ratchet and adapter. Replace the wheel and lug nuts and torque the lug nuts to 100-foot pounds with the torque wrench. Remove the drain bucket and lower the S10.

      Answered on 8/4/2013 by Vincent from AAP
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