no, it's repairable. The U-joint replacement would only cost you a fraction of an entire driveshaft replacement.They tell me it's not a serviceable part so the whole driveshaft needs to be replaced.
I have the extended warranty - so HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ME!!!
(Just an FYI BTW)
They probably replaced it so they'd get more money from the extended warranty broker. Why they'd say it isn't servicable, I don't know.It was the front. THey said the rear is servicable but the front is not.
Seriously - why would they lie - it cost me the same either way?
Dealer wants to make money off of you. There's a certain way to remove the U joint, I can't remember. Hopefully someone can instruct you on which one of the 4 sides to hammer on first.I was wondering if anyone on this baord could tell me anything about my 1991 D21Hardbody Longbox truck. The front u-joint is blown and I have been told by the dealer that I need to replace the entire drivehsaft to the tune of $950 (dealer parts Nissan driveshaft) I have never heard of having to repair the entire driveshaft just to replace a u-joint, maybe because it older but even then......Anyhow I don't have a lot of $$ these days and need to keep my truck running........just wondering if anyone has any advice?