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driveshaft [2012/04/29 20:47]
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 ===== Tools ===== ===== Tools =====
   * Ratchet, with at least a 8 in extension. You just need it for a few bolts, but man do you need it. When I put took it apart, it didn't occur to me to use an extension   * Ratchet, with at least a 8 in extension. You just need it for a few bolts, but man do you need it. When I put took it apart, it didn't occur to me to use an extension
-  * Ratchet sockets: , , , , . And probably some others. Just have *all* the sizes and you're set. +  * Ratchet sockets: ​10 mm13 mm15 mm17 mm18 mm. And probably some others. Just have *all* the sizes and you're set. 
-  * Crescent wrench: .+  * Crescent wrench: ​18 mm .
   * Jacks, jack stands.   * Jacks, jack stands.
  
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   - If there, remove X - frame from under the engine. Should be 6 bolts. It's much harder to remove the exhaust (impossible) with this here. Of course I didn't notice it until I had undone all the bolts. Learn from my mistakes, at least somebody should.   - If there, remove X - frame from under the engine. Should be 6 bolts. It's much harder to remove the exhaust (impossible) with this here. Of course I didn't notice it until I had undone all the bolts. Learn from my mistakes, at least somebody should.
   - See [[Exhaust]] on how to remove it.   - See [[Exhaust]] on how to remove it.
-  - Remove the heat shield : a few easy bolts here and there, ​ if I remember correctly.+  - Remove the heat shield : a few easy bolts here and there, ​plus a clip securing the oxygen sensor cable to the heat shield.
   - Guibo : towards the front. It's only absolutely necessary to remove 3/6 bolts to remove it. I recommend removing the ones holding the guibo to the transmission,​ however this might make the shaft harder to remove. I say might, because I removed all 6. Removing every one after the first entails being able to turn the shaft, which can be a pain, YMMV. Use the crescent wrench to hold the nut in place while you turn the bolt with the ratchet.   - Guibo : towards the front. It's only absolutely necessary to remove 3/6 bolts to remove it. I recommend removing the ones holding the guibo to the transmission,​ however this might make the shaft harder to remove. I say might, because I removed all 6. Removing every one after the first entails being able to turn the shaft, which can be a pain, YMMV. Use the crescent wrench to hold the nut in place while you turn the bolt with the ratchet.
   - Rear U-Joint: four bolts at the very back. 15mm. Once removed, sustain the shaft with wire, or a stand; just keep the weight off it.   - Rear U-Joint: four bolts at the very back. 15mm. Once removed, sustain the shaft with wire, or a stand; just keep the weight off it.
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