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I have a 90 toyota camry and having trouble removing halfshaft

Most times the shaft pops out of transmission with minimum effort, but i am having a ****** of a time on this one

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I no whats is wrong !! most say no way i no i got all of the bolts out but 99% of the time the call back and say you were right i missed one look on the print and count the bolts { DANIEL }

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