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Old 10-19-2002, 07:31 AM
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i want to know how to take the front drive shaft out of a 86 bronco2 on the passenger sidefrom the wheel to where it goes into the transfer case do you have to take apart the front differential to get the the short drive shaft out when i say drive shaft i am referring to the drive shaft that is connected to the passengers side drive axel is there a clip that holds it in the differential or do you just pry it out

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Remove the axle end u-joint retaining straps first.
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DRIVESHAFT IS A BALANCED UNIT. BEFORE REMOVING DRIVE SHAFT MARK DRIVESHAFT TO END YOKE SO THAT IT AMY BE INSTALLED AT ORIGINAL POSTION.
pull back dust slinger to remove boot from transfer case slip yoke
remove bolts and straps that retain the driveshaft to the front driving axle yoke. remove the u joint assembly from the front driving axle yoke
slide the splined yoke assembly out of the transfer case and remove the driveshaft assembly.
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