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How to remove security ring on drive shaft?

I have a masda protege 1991
im repacing the drive shaft
drivers side , i just remove evrething exept i cant take off the drive shaft
i know there is a security ring but not how to remove it...... Help

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    security ring?

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Security ring??

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    security unlock radio code for 1998 masda protege

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I think you are talking about the clip on the splines at the end of the shaft. You don't need to remove anything. Just get a large screw driver or prybar and try to lever the inside joint out of the transaxle. That clip just provides a some retention in a groove, but it does not need to be removed. Sometimes, just a sharp tug on the shaft will release it.

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