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How do I replace the cv axle assembly for a 2002 mercury mountaineer?

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ITS QUITE A BIT OF WORK YOPU GOTTA REMOVE THE A ARM(LOOSEN)KNOCK OUT THE BALL JOINT HOLDING IT IN PLACE,UPPER AND LOWER,THE HUB BEARING NEEDS TO BE REMOVED AND THAT PRETTY MUCH WHAT HOLD THE AXLE IN PLACE

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Surely a load grinding noise tells you the problem is
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if the boot rips & you get it apart in a day or so,otherwise
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