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Disasemble an axle from the transmission

So i can get to the clutch to replace it

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  • DABOSSMAN007 Apr 19, 2009

    CAN"T GET DRIVE AXLE OUT

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The front drive-axles on your sentra are held in my circlips. Once you have the axle loose from the steering knuckle, you can get a big flat blade screwdriver between the inner CV joint and the transaxle housing and give the screwdriver a shot with a hammer or your palm and they will pop out of the transaxle. Use a lubricant (I use Sil-Glyde, but you can also use Vaseline) on the circlip when reinstalling. Push the stub with splines into the hole it was removed from and twist it to make sure that the splines are engaged and push the outer CV joint (where the axle nut threads are) toward the transaxle. You may need to tap with a rubber mallet to get the circlip to compress allowing the axle to go into the spider gear. If you don't have a rubber mallet, put the axle nut on the axle so that it is flush with the end of the threaded protion of the outer stub. This will help prevent damage to the threads.

Hope this is helpful!

Nissan Scope Technician- 10+ years experience in Nissan dealership.

Posted on Nov 04, 2008

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