Kia Niro: Driveshaft Assembly / Dynamic Damper Repair procedures

Replacement
1.

Remove the front driveshaft.

(Refer to Driveshaft Assembly - “Front Driveshaft”)

2.

Remove the TJ joint assembly.

(Refer to Driveshaft Assembly - “TJ joint”)

3.

Remove the remove the both side of band (B) of the dynamic damper (A).

4.

Fix the driveshaft (A) with a vice (B) as illustrated.

5.

Apply soap powder on the shaft to prevent being damaged between the shaft spline and the dynamic damper when the dynamic damper is removed.

6.

Seperate the dynamic damper (A) from the shaft (B) carefully.

Installation
1.

Apply soap powder on the shaft to prevent being damaged between the shaft spline and the dynamic damper.

2.

Install the dynamic damper.

3.

Install the dynamic damper band (A).

4.

Using the SST(09495-3K000), secure the TJ boot bands (B).

Clearance (A): 2.0 mm (0.0787 in.) or less

5.

Install the TJ joint assembly.

(Refer to Driveshaft Assembly - “TJ Joint”)

6.

Install the front driveshaft.

(Refer to Driveshaft Assembly - “Front Driveshaft”)

7.

Check the front alignment.

(Refer to Suspension System - "Front Alignment")

Dynamic Damper Components and components location
Components 1. BJ assembly 2. BJ circlip 3. BJ boot band 4. BJ boot 5. Dynamic damper band 6. Dynamic damper 7. Shaft 8. TJ boot band ...

BJ Boot Components and components location
Components 1. BJ assembly 2. BJ circlip 3. BJ boot band 4. BJ boot 5. Dynamic damper band 6. Dynamic damper 7. Shaft 8. TJ boot band ...

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