- Driveshaft Support (034Motorsport), C5-allroad
Driveshaft Support (034Motorsport), C5-allroad
This job requires removal and dis-assembly of the driveshaft. The driveshaft dis-assembly is quite involved and can be tricky. Here are some pointers:
- The driveshaft has a crimped shut boot that will require you to carefully pry open then hold back the boot while releasing the hidden clip in the center joint.
- Getting the hidden clip in the center joint out usually requires 2 people and some patience. This is the tricky part.
- Once the 2 parts of the driveshaft are separated, you need to remove the locking c-clip on the bearing and then press it off.
- Assembly is reverse of dis-assembly.
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