Today the yoke, the joint and the yoke on the drive shaft broke on our durango. Any rough estimates of how much this will cost to repair? Thanks!
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1999 Dodge Durango Question: Drive Shaft Replacement
Answer #1patrick mannion from Greg Solow's Engine Room, October 01, 2009, 18:26Master
Removal and refitting of the drive shaft between the transmission and the rear axle is about .6 to .8 hours labor. If your shaft has broken at the u-joint it is probably cheaper to replace the shaft or buy a wrecking yard shaft and have it rebuilt/rebalanced. Do a local search (Google driveshaft rebuilder), it is a straight forward replacement once you have the part if you are mechanically inclined.
Replymkt519, October 01, 2009, 18:31Rookie
It is broken at the u joint and we thought we would replace the whole shaft we just don't have a clue what is a "reasonable" estimate for one would be. It happened after businesses were closed and I came upon this site and thought I would see what we came up with. Thanks