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    CV Boot

    How difficult is it to change one on a 1995 1.8t?

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    your gonna need a vice to knock off the cv joint

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    unless u buy on of those ones that u dont need to take the shaft of to replace!! Although id do it proply if uyr going to do it!!

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    U can do it on the car... u need to remove the lower arms, put the hub bolt in a screw it in, the hub will fall off, take the boot off, pop on the new one push the CV joint back on the splines as its an all in one unit, nothin to fall out and get lost. then bolt it all back up!

    Its eaaasy, tho i found out the hard way! All u need is a boot,, grease and some time

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