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Old 08-31-2012, 11:44 PM
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Default how to remove quattro, rear driveshaft at rear diff.

not sure why, removed the bolts did a little hammering still not movement, letting the penetrate to eat the rust overnight, any ideas? front at tranny came out nice and easy.
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You pop the center carrier off also? Should just be able to persuade it with a metal hammer.
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You pop the center carrier off also? Should just be able to persuade it with a metal hammer.

yeah driveshaft support is removed also, thats the reason why im doing this. replace that worn out original one.
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Don't whack it with a metal hammer, you can damage the joint. It just takes some time to walk it off using a deadblow. It's a large joint, and often gets stuck.
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Laying under car put one hand on drive shaft and one hand on diff snout. Shake vigorously should separate. Metal hammer no dead blow or rubber malet yes.
I know mine hit me in the face when I popped it out last time.
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successfully removed it, just let the wd 40 rust penatrint to work, was just stuck and sezsed replaced the driveshaft support fixed that vibration when under a load, just wondering if theres a proper way to align the driveshaft i still have a little vibration in first, when doing 4g launchs
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