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Old 05-08-2019, 06:21 PM
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So I was starting to work on the passenger side getting the strut out and everything was going smooth until I was take hub assembly off and the cv axel came out I don't why...how do I put it back?

 
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Is that the correct link?
 
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Yes read everything including links. Be sure to watch the inner thru shaft movement!!!

Here's a thread with an exploration of the transfer case torn down showing where the seals are that can be damaged by inner shaft movement on the passenger side.

https://www.jaguarforums.com/forum/x...seal-how-4361/

Again, be CAREFUL it does not move out while you reinstall your CV (commonly called "half shaft").


Jaguar X Type half shaft (cv)
 

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What you inadvertently did (disassembly).


I'd repack it with some high quality grease when you put it back.
 

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From the photo your inner boot is damaged. Best is to buy and replace both boots, you will need to disassemble outer one to slide inner one to the shaft. Remove remains of the old one, repack with grease, and just slide shaft back to it's place. Then tighten the new boots.
 
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