I guess the other option could be split the outer CV if I can or pull the shaft, cut the ball joint nut off carefully and try and find a man with a bigger press! Obviously I would recommend... Put some grease on it to help with install. Then you will get the cv joint started, making sure the splines line up. One you have it kind of pressed on by hand. Then use a hammer to hammer it on. It might take some force to get it over the snap ring but it should go. Try to make the joint as straight as possible while hammering it on.
Snapping or clicking noises. This is sometimes also caused by a damaged CV joint, but can also be due to worn wheel bearings if you hear a clicking noise when turning. Humming or growling noises. When the bolts are out of the guibo, it won’t fall off. It has to move about 1 inch rearward to come off the transmission output shaft, so there is no problem with removing all the bolts now. Now go to the other end of the driveshaft. To get the CV joint out, you first need to remove the bracket that is at the front end of the diff.
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