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Land Rover Discovery: Front Drive Halfshafts Outer Constant Velocity Joint Boot (G1794498)  - Removal

SPECIAL TOOL(S)

SPECIAL TOOL(S)

REMOVA L

NOTE:

LH illustration shown, RH is similar.

  1. Raise and support the vehicle using a suitable 2 post lift.

    Refer to: Lifting (100-02 Jacking and Lifting, Description and Operation).

  2. Remove the front halfshaft.

    Refer to: Front Left Halfshaft (205-04 Front Drive Halfshafts, Removal and Installation).

    Refer to: Front Right Halfshaft - RHD AWD/LHD AWD (205-04 Front Drive Halfshafts, Removal and Installation).

    Refer to: Front Right Halfshaft - FWD (205-04 Front Drive Halfshafts, Removal and Installation).

NOTE:

Discard the retaining clips.

Front drive halfshafts outer constant velocity joint boot (G1794498)  - Removal

NOTE:

Using suitable cloth, clean the grease from the halfshaft.

Front drive halfshafts outer constant velocity joint boot (G1794498)  - Removal

Mark the halfshaft as shown.

CAUTIONS:

  • Use suitable protective covers to protect the halfshaft.
  • Make sure that the CV joint is positioned as illustrated.

Front drive halfshafts outer constant velocity joint boot (G1794498)  - Removal

Front drive halfshafts outer constant velocity joint boot (G1794498)  - Removal

Using a suitable drift against the inner part of the CV joint, remove the CV joint from the halfshaft.

Front drive halfshafts outer constant velocity joint boot (G1794498)  - Removal

Front drive halfshafts outer constant velocity joint boot (G1794498)  - Removal

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