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There is no drive shaft in your Montana, it is front wheel drive.

Posted on Oct 14, 2013

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SOURCE: i am trying to remove the drive shaft from the rear differential.

place a pry bar between the yoke and the ujoint. push to the front of the vehicle. make sure that if it has a two piece shaft, the middle support is loose

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SOURCE: 2005 equinox. rear drive shaft

No this will NOT work. This could possibly ruin the transfer case on the car if you try to drive it with no rear drive shaft.

Posted on Feb 28, 2011

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