When removing a driveshaft for u-joint replacement What is the first step to take?

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  • Zaid Diaz
    These are more likely to be found on older cars and trucks.
    1. Step 1: Grab ahold of the driveshaft and attempt to move it. ...
    2. Step 2: Inspect the driveshaft. ...
    3. Materials Needed.
    4. Step 1: Jack up the vehicle. ...
    5. Step 2: Mark the driveshaft. ...
    6. Step 3: Remove fasteners. ...
    7. Step 4: Remove driveshaft. ...
    8. Step 1: Check u-joints.
    6 jul 2016
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