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I pulled my cv shaft out and all of the transmission fluid came out

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Put new fluid in then.

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axle bolt on the end I believe 35mm, then brakes and brake holder, then wheel bearing, the axle and CV assembly will slide right out, I just did both mine last month.

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Jack car up
Take tire off
Take castle nut off ball joint
Use very large pri-bar to remove lower control arm from hub
Then remove Spindle nut. Usually 34mm
Pull spindle out, push CV shaft threw the spindle
may need the assistance of a deadblow hammer
Use small pri bar to POP the shaft out of transmission.
It's helpful to have the transmission in neutral, use a bit of trans fluid on the end of the shaft to "lube it up a bit" and install
Once you get the shaft back in and you are getting the splines lined up in the hub you may need to use your impact with 34mm socket to pull the shaft threw the hole. be sure you check to make sure youre castle nut is secure and put a cotter key back in place.
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