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Replacing the rear axles on my 1987 monte carlo

Can not pull out the axles out of the differential

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  • Gabe Reyes Jan 10, 2009

    THANK YOU YOUR HELP WAS GREATLY APPERICATIED

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    Rick Byrd May 11, 2010

    what steps have you taken so far ? have you drained the diff and removed the cover , remove the pinion shaft lock screw , and pinion shaft , push axel(s) inward and remove the C lock(s) ? at that point remove axel by sliding axel out .

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What steps have you taken so far ? have you drained the diff and removed the cover , remove the pinion shaft lock screw , and pinion shaft , push axel(s) inward and remove the C lock(s) ? at that point remove axel by sliding axel out . if thats a fix ya , please vote , thanks .

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You will have to remove the rear end cover then turn over by hand you will see a metal pin going through the smaller spider gears in the center there should be a small bolt there with a 5/16 head remove the bolt and then the metal pin then push in ward on the axles and a c plip will fall out only do 1 side at a time and do not rotate the axles other wise the gears will fall out and you will have another problem.

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