93 CAMRY RHS driveshaft removal *&^%$#)+@@#@

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Old 08 Oct 2006, 01:43 am   #1 (permalink)
Phill
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Default 93 CAMRY RHS driveshaft removal *&^%$#)+@@#@

I have just spent over an hour and a half trying un-successfully to
remove the RHS drive shaft.
I have followed the advice tendered on this group to my previous post
regarding the LHS shaft (which worked perfectly...thanks to all who
replied, especially Daniel).

I am not sure if the centre bearing is the problem or if the circlip
on the end of the shaft inside the diff is the problem.

First question:- Is there a clip on the RHS shaft like on the LHS ?

Second question:- How can I tell if the bearing is seized into the
carrier?

Third question:- Is there a circlip or something holding the
Intermediate shaft into the centre bearing? ( I have removed the lock
bolt and rubber plug from the carrier)

It APPEARS that it is not the bearing as there is about 1 mm of
movement in & out on the intermediate shaft, and the bearing cover
that rotates with the shaft is moving 1mm or so with the shaft.

Thanks in advance,
Phill.
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Old 08 Oct 2006, 02:16 am   #2 (permalink)
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The RH axle has a clip, just like the LH axle.

There is an external snap ring. Remove bolt and this snap ring, the
bearing should come out provided it is not frozen in place.

For more detail, look up the specific info required from the link
below:

http://oregonstate.edu/~tongt/camry


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Old 08 Oct 2006, 05:49 am   #3 (permalink)
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On Sun, 8 Oct 2006 03:16:47 -0400, toyomoho
<toyomoho.2fclnn@no-mx.forums.yourdomain.com.au> wrote:

>
>The RH axle has a clip, just like the LH axle.
>
>There is an external snap ring. Remove bolt and this snap ring, the
>bearing should come out provided it is not frozen in place.
>
>For more detail, look up the specific info required from the link
>below:
>
>http://oregonstate.edu/~tongt/camry


Thanks Toyomoho....
I could not see the clip holding the bearing...I was looking on the
wrong side :-)
I took it off and the axle almost fell out.
There is NO CIRCLIP on the end of the intermediate shaft inside the
diff.
I thought it may have come off inside the diff, but on inspection of
the end of the shaft, there is no recess for one to go on.

Thanks again.

Phill.
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