How to install front drive shaft c v joint into transfer case

Asked by Feb 05, 2015 at 11:19 PM about the 2007 Mercury Mountaineer AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I am having trouble getting the bearing lined up with the shaft and transfer case. The
bearings haft to fit in a certain way and i can't figure it out.

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1. Kidnap mechanic 2. Burn his feet with the curling iron soes he can't get away that fast without fixing your car. 3. Use newly fixed vehicle to get to Canada/Mexico before he goes missing or finally escapes and calls cops. Problem solved.

sjmt Thanks for nothing. People ask questions for a reason. Not to hear stupid remarks. Grow up

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Ur rite. My badd.

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Did it work?

sjmnt Not funny. Don't answer me again unless you have a real answer. This is not a game. If it was your wife' s car you would not think it was funny. If there is some won watching this site from this company you should get rid of this person.

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