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As with most CV axles, the complete suspension assembly must liberate the spline of the cv. The axle may come out at this time if it is not held by six screws at the transmission. These are easily removed if necessary and reinstall is actually easier (due to familiarity).
pull the cv axles, remove the transmission, remove the clutch assembly , reassemble, if you have never done this before I suggest you purchase the manual for that car , it has the step by step process,, which they don't allow me enough space here to fully answer that
There is a small "circlip"holding the axle in place. Place a pry bar between the cv joint and the transmission and pry the axle out with a sharp snapping movement. This should pop the axle loose from the "circlip". The steering wheel can be turned to gain more working room. Tell those guys to lay off the heat. Hopefully no damage was done and they will be able to get the new axles in without too much trouble. Merry Christmas.