1998 isuzu rodeo u joints and cv joints

just bought rodeo and cv joint boots are split very little grease in drivers side please explain how to remove and replace if anyone has pics that would be
helpful thanks cmason
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www.clubisuzu.wellington.net.nz
Ufixit page has a guide to doing CV boots. It's actually a link to or a copied page from 4x4wire.com.
rhys

drivers side please explain how to remove and replace if anyone has pics that would be helpful thanks

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problem in and Dman answered with his usually drivel in the following manner!

Just did this a couple weeks ago...the easiest and cheapest way is to buy CV boot kits, cost in US 15-20 dollars per side. Just cut them off and replace... OR you could do the way ISUZU set it up...replace the whole axle, thats what all the shops told me was required by the book.
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DMan wrote:

You referring to the type that is open on one side so you can slip it on without removing the axle? Those things are not recommended by very many as it is prone to leak.

You do not have to replace the axle. You do have to remove it though. If you are paying a shop to do it, it is often cheaper to replace the half shaft because the labor is far lower.
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http://www.4x4wire.com/isuzu/tech/CVboots /
gives how to remove the haljshafts and cv joints from the axle and replace the boots. messy as hell but it does the job.
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