Join Date: Nov 2002
Location: SouthEastern PA
Hey, sorry it took so long for a reply. I think an endlink replacement should cost about $220 at a shop. If you do it yourself, it will probably cost $75 in parts, plus money for the tool, if you go that route. It's not a hard job with the right tools. Without them, I would say it's impossible. You can probably do it with a set of box wrenches and the ball joint separator tool. If you don't have box wrenches, you could probably use a ratchet set like the GearRatchet that I have (the head has a hole that lets it fit over bolts - very handy).
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