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Axle popped apart at knuckle. what now?

When trying to remove the front passenger side axle from my mitsubishi I couldn't get it out, it was simple stuck. My stepdad said he could get it but when he pulled it popped apart at the knuckle. I either need to get it back together or get the other half of the shaft out to take it somewhere that can reconnect them. I'm not sure how to do either. Any help greatly appreciated, thanks colleen

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Colleen those are called half shafts they can be put back together but I suggest buying another half shaft and replacing it to get the other half out of the transmission you take a prybar and pry it out it snaps in and out it takes a bit of force to get it out

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