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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: Front Drive Shaft (Tripod Joint) Disassembly/Assembly

Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual / Drivetrain / Driveline / Driveshafts / Front Drive Shaft (Tripod Joint) Disassembly/Assembly

1. Disassemble in the order indicated in the table.

2. Assemble in the reverse order of disassembly.



1

Boot band (transaxle side (large diameter))

(See Boot Band (Transaxle Side (Large Diameter)) Disassembly Note.)

(See Boot Band (Transaxle Side (Large Diameter)) Assembly Note.)

2

Boot band (transaxle side (small diameter))

(See Boot Band (Transaxle Side (Small Diameter), Wheel Side)) Disassembly Note.)

(See Boot Band (Transaxle Side (Small Diameter), Wheel Side)) Assembly Note.)

3

Outer ring

(See Outer Ring Disassembly Note.)

(See Outer Ring Assembly Note.)

4

Dust cover

(See Dust Cover Disassembly Note.)

(See Dust Cover Disassembly Note.)

5

Bearing

(See Bearing Disassembly Note.)

(See Bearing Assembly Note.)

6

Snap ring

(See Snap Ring, Tripod Joint Disassembly Note.)

(See Tripod Joint, Snap Ring Assembly Note.)

7

Tripod joint

(See Snap Ring, Tripod Joint Disassembly Note.)

(See Tripod Joint, Snap Ring Assembly Note.)

8

Boot

(See Boot Disassembly Note.)

(See Boot Assembly Note.)

9

Boot band (wheel side)

(See Boot Band (Transaxle Side (Small Diameter), Wheel Side)) Disassembly Note.)

(See Boot Band (Transaxle Side (Small Diameter), Wheel Side)) Assembly Note.)

10

Boot

(See Boot Disassembly Note.)

(See Boot Assembly Note.)

11

Shaft and ball joint component


Boot Band (Transaxle Side (Large Diameter)) Disassembly Note

1. Pry up the boot band at the points indicated in the figure using pliers and remove the band.


Boot Band (Transaxle Side (Small Diameter), Wheel Side)) Disassembly Note

NOTE:

1. Remove the boot band using end clamp pliers.


Outer Ring Disassembly Note

1. Mark the outer ring and the shaft for proper assembly.


2. Secure the drive shaft using a vise.


3. Tap the outer ring slightly by using a hummer and urethan bar or equivalent, and remove the outer ring from the drive shaft.


CAUTION:

Dust Cover Disassembly Note

1. Disassemble the dust cover using the press and the SST

.


Bearing Disassembly Note

1. Disassemble the bearing using the press and the SST

.


Snap Ring, Tripod Joint Disassembly Note

1. Place an alignment mark on the shaft and tripod joint.

2. Remove the snap ring using snap ring pliers.


3. Remove the tripod joint from the shaft.

CAUTION:

Boot Disassembly Note

NOTE:

1. Wrap the shaft splines with tape.


2. Remove the boot.

Boot Assembly Note

NOTE:

1. Fill the inside of the new dust boot (wheel side) with grease.

NOTE:

2. Install the boot with the drive shaft spline still wrapped with vinyl tape.

3. Remove the vinyl tape.

Boot Band (Transaxle Side (Small Diameter), Wheel Side)) Assembly Note

Boot band (small diameter side)

1. Adjust clearance A by turning the adjusting bolt of the SST

.


2. Crimp the wheel side small boot band using the SST

. Verify that clearance B is within the specification.


3. Verify that the boot band does not protrude from the boot band installation area.

Boot band (Large diameter side)

1. Adjust clearance C by turning the adjusting bolt of the SST

.


2. Crimp the wheel side small boot band using the SST

. Verify that clearance D is within the specification.


3. Verify that the boot band does not protrude from the boot band installation area.

Tripod Joint, Snap Ring Assembly Note

1. While aligning the marks on the shaft and the tripod joint, insert the tripod joint using a bar and a hammer.


2. Insert a new snap ring using snap ring pliers.

3. Verify that the snap ring is engaged correctly in the groove of the shaft.

Bearing Assembly Note

1. Install a new bearing using the SST

.


Dust Cover Assembly Note

1. Using the SST

, install a new dust cover.


Outer Ring Assembly Note

1. Fill the outer ring and boot (transaxle side) with the specified grease.

NOTE:

2. Secure the outer ring using a vise.


CAUTION:

3. Align the roller with the outer ring, tap the roller slightly using a hummer and urethan bar or equivalent, and install the drive shaft to the outer ring with keeping the drive shaft verticality.


CAUTION:

4. Set the drive shaft to the standard length.

5. Release any trapped air from the boots by carefully lifting up the small end of each boot with a cloth wrapped screwdriver.


NOTE:

6. Verify that the drive shaft length is within the specification under atmospheric pressure inside the boot.

Boot Band (Transaxle Side (Large Diameter)) Assembly Note

1. Pry up the boot band at the points indicated in the figure using pliers and tighten the boot band.


2. Verify that the boot band is installed to the boot slot securely.

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