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Front Right CV Axel

Will not come off by the Transmission

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What you will need is a large flat ended pry bar, or a crowbar if that's all you have. You need to get good leverage by the shaft you are removing at the transmission, and give it a solid hard yank on the bar. You may need to do this a few or more times, but that's how you do it. Also have a drain pan handy, because when you get the axle to pop it will drip a minamal amount of fluid.
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