How to Replace Driveshaft U Joints 07-14 Chevy Suburban

How to  Replace Driveshaft U Joints 07-14 Chevy Suburban

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🔧 List of tools used:
• Pry Bar
• 11mm Wrench
• 11mm Socket
• Vise Grip Pliers
• Ratchet
• Socket Extensions
• Torque Wrench
• Rust Penetrant
• Center Punch
• File
• Hammer
• Vise
• Wire Brush

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In the video, 1A Auto shows how to replace a broken or worn driveshaft u-joint. The video is applicable to the 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 Chevy Suburban.

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Tom R says:

i have never indexed any driveshafts that ive removed. in fact, many service manuals tell you to rotate 180 degrees from original position if you have vibration. in my opinion its a waste of time unless nothing was replaced. doing a u-joint defeats the purpose.

redrum says:

Why no sound?

vin maga says:

There you go you have a balljoint remover stop pounding

vin maga says:

Put some oil while pressing the cups

agb agb says:

Great video. Thank you guys !!

Rocky Davis says:

Is this the same for a 97 tahoe? If not could you leave a link for how-to? Thank you.

MrChevman81 says:

Tech tip #2, if you are pounding on a socket, hammer on the hex end, not the square end, it’s much easier to fix the hex end when you beat it to death.

MrChevman81 says:

Pounding on the driveshaft with a socket is a disaster waiting to happen, bent ears, closing the grooves for the clips, you are replacing the u joint, pound on it. And enough with the rust penetrant already.

Tim Durham says:

It is nice to see a real world tutorial where things don't go perfectly in each step! Thanks for the great video!!

Korniliy Khripunov says:

Gm has special plastic inside the driveshaft that keep the joints from falling out. No wonder it was so hard to take out the caps cause they didn’t melt them

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