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Changing the seals on the drive shaft going into the transmission

I need to know how to pull drive shaft off to get to seal on a 92 dodge shadow

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They usually pop in...so with small crow bar u can pop it out

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If the seal part is a round metal ring with a rubber inner seal, then in all likelyhood it is pressed into the transmission.

Now if you think you can pull the seal out after you remove the CV drive shaft - meaning do you have enough room to get up in there to pop it out, then yes you can do it without removing the transmission.

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