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Old 23 Dec 2011, 01:04 pm
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Default CV boot inner seal passenger side

Discovered my odd oil leak was the CV boot and seal shredding. Hmmm its only busted (the seal) at one point so i'm hoping to be able to repair it. Never pulled an axle so I'm wondering if anyone has repaired the seal (like with RTV or silicone). Planning to use a speedyboot and fill with grease for now.
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Old 23 Dec 2011, 02:19 pm
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Default Re: CV boot inner seal passenger side

Record for Neon guys was 8 minutes when it busted drag racing!

Loosen wheel,
loosen axle nut (You'll likely have to remove passenger's axle as internal shaft's too long if it an auto)
loosen ball joint 'pinch' nut and bolt
you can likely pull out knuckle enough to remove axle from hub, will take a few whacks with wood dowel.
Pry bar between trans and boot, it pops out.
Note, I've only worked on manuals, so this may vary
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