Edgar Hall: we are going to take the video for a test, next week.
Evan Lalo: Would this be the same process for an 02 subaru forester?
mikezr1000: Is there a difference between a automatic and a manual when doing this, and is this the same process for one that's a little newer than this one ( a 2003 )?
Austin Judevine: Thanks man, your videos are always very well done. You never leave the important stuff out and I am very grateful. Thank you Brian. Sincerely, AJ
pedro rodriguez: your the best brian
Eric Barney: Hi Brian, I really appreciate and enjoy your videos. Thank you for that. I wonder, do you prefer one CV Axle aftermarket brand over another, for Subaru? Thanks
Jace Kole: Dude you are awesome!
Alex “VTO” Nunez: This gives me more confidence in doing this myself. Is there a certain brand you recommend? reman or new? does it really make a difference?
AntiD2: just thought i'd add something, i know this video is a bit old, but i work at a subaru dealer, much easier way of doing these and any axle on a subaru, we take the pin out of the ball joint, take the nut off the ball joint that connects to the control arm, get a hammer and smack the control arm, disconnect the two, and slide it out, that way no need to worry about alignment at all
digdisjs: Please help
digdisjs: Please help
digdisjs: Hey brian thanks for the Subaru fix it videos has helped this Aussie out with my old my99 audm wrx. Just a quiz question. I've noticed on youtube there's a heap of videos showing how to replace the front cv axles but there is not one about the rear drive shafts or diff. If by chance u can do this ur guidance will be greatly appreciated. Jase
Kyle Keeler: So all you detach on the wheel side are the two bolts that hold the strut to the spindle, or do you remove the bj?
Chris Moore: Question: If it is economically feasible, are you better off replacing both CV axles at the same time?
jdmcommute: What about the seal that seals the gear oil in on the trans side. Does that just remove and replace? My passanger side STI seal is seaping a bit.
DugMotorsports: I couldnt find it in the comments so I was wondering what size punch did you grinde down? I need to replace both cv axles on my 96 and I was going to go to sears and just get a punch
Matthew Tulip: I randomly clicked this video trying to get a better understanding of the rack and pinion to CV's and I clicked this video. it 100% explains how to fix a problem im having in my car, I knew I had inner left CV issues but I thought it was the joint not the Axle! thanks man "subscribed"
thamnophis14: Great video. Thought it was going to be a difficult replacement but I see it isn't. Thanks from me and my 2000 Outback
Tony Barnes: Is this the same on a 85 subaru GL ????
aakjaa: thanks for sharing your expertise. Thoughts on simply removing the bottom A frame castle nut to move the strut assembly out of the way...this'd then allow a gut to completely remove the entire axle and transmission component...then knock out and remove the roll-pin on the bench....then drive the new pin into the new axle....then replace the entire axle back into the transmission.....??? wonder if there are dangers in this method?
How to replace the CV axle in your Subaru5
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