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How to remove the left axle on 97 odyssey

I have already removed the right axle. I just popped it out of the transaxle but the left side has an intermediate shaft. Does the left side pop off the intermediate shaft? Or how does the left axle come off?

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Yes, the left (driver) side pops off similar to the right side, however, it just pops off of the intermediate shaft instead of the transaxle. for some reason the first time i had tried it, it would not move. later when i tried it again it came off easily. go figure!

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