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I have a 2000 Suzuki Esteem 1.8L 4Cyl Manual Transmission that needs a new front-left CV axle, how do I know what size I need to order?

I've went to a few different websites and the parts vary in sizes, like 26" long to 30" long.

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Get the VIN/chassis number, part store will know how to match it up.

Posted on Apr 29, 2014

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what is your engien a 1.8 or 16v DOHC

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Take it to advanced auto they will look at it and tell you what you need

Posted on Jan 29, 2011

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SOURCE: Replacing front right axle on

Before taking the wheel off loosen and remove the center nut holding the drive shaft into the hub. Take off the wheel, unbolt the caliper, hang the caliper from a piece of wire, and take out the bolts holding the bearing hub to strut assembly. Now pull out the top of the bearing holder and push it down hard while bending the outer joint and pulling the axle up and out of the bearing holder. If this a rare car where you can not get enough clearance to remove the end of the axle, then you may also have to take the nut off of the tie rod end and pop it out of the steering arm. You can usually get the axle out with out unbolting the lower ball joint or popping the tie rod out of the steering arm.

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Obtain a Hayne's repair manual from AutoZone. It will give you detailed directions.

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