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Replacing CV boot, how does this this come out?

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Old 30 May 2010, 02:14 pm
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Default Replacing CV boot, how does this this come out?

I replaced the wheel bearing a few months ago, and I nicked the CV boot then. Fast forward to now I am looking to get the CV shaft out of the trans. And I am trying to figure out how exactly the CV shat comes apart BFH and a vise?

I have done this on other cars but everything is a little different on the PT.

Help on this would be appreciated
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