How to Replace CV Axle Passenger Side 92-01 Toyota Camry

How to Replace CV Axle Passenger Side 92-01 Toyota Camry

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🔧 List of tools used:
• Pry Bar
• 12mm Socket
• 21mm Socket
• 22mm Socket
• 32mm Socket
• Needle nose pliers
• Needle nose pliers
• Ratchet
• Torque Wrench
• Center Punch
• Drain Pan
• Floor Jack
• Hammer
• Jack Stands

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1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace broken, worn, or vibrating CV axles. This video is applicable to the 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 00, 01 Toyota Camry

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Dena B says:

The procedure you show for removing the shaft may have worked 10 years ago but these vehicles are 20+ years old. Zero chance of the bearing popping right out like that.

conner branstetter says:

Is this simmilar to a 97 toyota Avalon?

John Averick says:

Thanks for quality CLEAR view unlike many other vids on this CV joint.

Guadlupe Rodriquez says:

That's cute, you said you were replacing passenger side and you did driver side, knowing the passenger side is harder. Such brilliance…….

Daniel Lara Jr. says:

You guys are the one and only source I go to for advice on my 2001 Camry XLE. Oh yes…and parts too.

Alex Liggett says:

You might need a slide hammer with CV axle attachment. The non-oem axles are missing the ears for leverage when trying to use a pry bar. The punch he was using in the video must be a foot long, the flex pipe prevented me getting a good angle on the axle. Also when using jack stands it is hard to get a good hammer swing while lying down. You also need to have pliers with a big opening to get the retaining clip back on.

JMBTV3 says:

Other than prying on threaded wheel studs this is a pretty good video. Next time cover wheel studs with lug nuts an THEN pry on.

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Leo Rodriguez says:

Ok! After transmission fluid leaks do where do you add more oil? And how?

Saul Lopez says:

Does this also work for a 95 Avalon?

Soy Eldiego says:

Thank you and great video! Will be doing this line of work on my son’s 97 Camry.

Ed the Sax Player says:

When I removed this cv joint from my camry a heap of oil gushed out of the hole . I assume my manual gearbox is now empty of gear oil . is this normal ? please someone help.

Alex Belle says:

Anyone know the difference when dealing with a 2004 Camry?? This is the only passenger side video ive found. Any assistance is appreciated.

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