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Cv joint on block

I can not disconnect the the end of the cv joint that goes in the block. i looked through the hayne's book and followed everything step by step, and still can not get it out. is there a hidden bolt that i did not see?

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  • alex murrell May 11, 2010

    just pull as hard as you can

  • Rick Byrd
    Rick Byrd May 11, 2010

    sometimes they are real bears , but are you using a good prybar or preferably 2, give it a good pop , right where the big part of the joint enters the transaxel , preferably with 2 prybars to even the pull , you gotta hit it just right . keep trying .

    J5


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