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  1. I4/I5 Engine & Drivetrain
    Just recently replaced CV Axles and came across a bit of a problem. On the driver side half I found dirt in the shaft, as well as the needle bearing ground up and spread around. I didn’t have the time nor any idea what to do to fix it so I cleaned it out and put the seal and cv axle in anyways...
  2. New Member Introductions
    New member, hi. I have recently cracked both my cv boots on my 2011 Colorado, I’ve replaced them once before 2 years ago, after lifting truck , just wondering if it’s a common thing, or do I need to adjust something?
  3. I4/I5 Engine & Drivetrain
    Hey guys. So I've finished changing both front axle seals myself, but I wonder if can they be hammered "too far in"? I think I got a little over-aggressive hammering them in to the point of possibly deforming the metal ring on the backside of the seal itself, and/or damaging the...
  4. I4/I5 Engine & Drivetrain
    Hey guys, new member. First post. I got a 2009 Colorado LT, Ext.Cab, 4x4, 2.9 4-cyl, automatic, 76k miles, original owner, Inferno Orange. Last weekend, I changed the passenger front diff axle seal because a oily residue had formed around the base of the CV axle and a local shop told me it was...
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