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Cv joints wont come out of diff housing (95 Rodeo 4x4 diesel)WHY

Have remove tie rod ends hub etc and down too the hub at the diff
but the cv still wont come out,have welded a slide hammer to hub but still no luc.Whats holding this piece in?

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The only way to remove the inner can wich is what the cv joint gose into you have to remove the whole housing from the truck and have it pressed out... there are two different half shafts used on the rodeo..THEY ARE NOT THE is bigger than the other the brand is located on the half shaft behind the inner joint... to remove it you have to pull back the inner boot and remove the retaining clip on the inner joint and it will come right out I know this because I have to replace mine as well and I have talked to alot ppl on isuzu forums

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You might have to remove the diff cover and remove the lock rings from inside the diff.

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