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Removing axels cannot get the C shped keeper off the groove,so that i can pull the axel back.have 2001 camaro ss with traction control and worm gears in the differential

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You first have to remove the pin in the middle of the spider gears.. there is a little 5/16 bolt holding pin in (sometimes the pin breaks you'll need a magnet to remove rest of the pin)

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