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Old 09-26-2009, 10:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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CV joint disassembly

So have the CV joint out... only one boot kit showed up... so I am looking at the sticky for removing circlip 60f...

Cant see it thru the bolt hole... cant see it thur the ball race side...

So could someone please enlighten me... ???? Im not getting there...

2000 E320 4matic front rt axle today.... Thanks
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Old 09-26-2009, 12:01 PM   #2 (permalink)
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figured it out...

The whole assy just pops off over the circlip...

now I just have to get with autohausaz and figure out why they call it a kit and only sent half... maybe its the way Im reading it... Thanks... great site with tons of great info on my MB>>>
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Old 09-26-2009, 12:05 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Hope this help:

If you search the term "boot joint", many relevant threads come out.
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now I just have to get with autohausaz and figure out why they call it a kit and only sent half... maybe its the way Im reading it...
DId you order 2103300085?



That is for one axel (inner and outer).
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Three weeks ago I replaced Outer CV Boots on W203 C240 4-Matic. I didn't make a pictures because this is VERY messy job. Simple didn't want to get dirty a camera.
I found little different way how to remove CV Joint from the axle. I guess that whis way is more accurate then knock it off by hummer. I pushed it by old bolt (M16x1.5mm). the Bolt is short and cannot reach axle by itself. I put bolt extension to the hole and just screw the bolt in the hole until CV Joint is popped up.
After that you can easily remove balls, cage and clean everything inside of the CV Joint. Don't forget to mark cage and CV joint before then you start disassembling. When you'll clean all parts use these marks for assembling CV Join in same position.

Good Luck!
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