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Old 08-07-2010, 06:10 PM   #1
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Default How to replace drive axle?

Surprised I didn't find this in the FAQ/sticky.

Mine is a '97 Civic. Needs the passenger side drive axle replaced.
Is there a good writeup here?
Somebody write it into this thread?

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Default Re: How to replace drive axle?

While it's listed as a B-series axle replacement in the FAQS sticky, this tutorial by member B18C5-EH2 has everything you will need:

http://honda-tech.com/showthread.php?t=382416
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Default Re: How to replace drive axle?

Thanks RonJ. Looks like a real good tutorial.

While the FAQ is being edited, can you put in a note that it also covers the D-series? Maybe a note added to the top of the writeup too.f
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While the FAQ is being edited, can you put in a note that it also covers the D-series? Maybe a note added to the top of the writeup too.f
Good idea. Thanks. I PM'd Syndacate about your suggestion.
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