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Cv joint I am having a little trouble getting the inner cv joint off my 1998 suzuki esteem. I have got the cv joint it self off but the inner cv joint is still connected and a pain in the **** to try to get off. I have tried everything I know and still can't get it off. Any help?

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Did you try penitration oil let it sit then try to get it off. or try heating it up.
1. do that outside
2. keep a water hose next to you!!! JUST INCASE
well i have this helps

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Loosening but not removing the strut top mounts and sway barend link bushings can provide a bit more suspension travel for easieraxle removal. Cv joint - ccr20051001cv_s04.jpg
Loosen and remove wheel side axle mounting bolts.
Separate the axle from the wheel. Do not allow axle to hang from thetransmission or differential. Oil seals could be damaged.
Gently pull, pry, or otherwise liberate the axle from the transmissionor differential. Do not bend axle seals. Be careful not to teartransmission or differential oil seals. ccr20051001cv_s07.jpg
The axle splines on the right show damage. Note the c-clip on both axles. ccr20051001cv_s08.jpg
Don't forget to transfer any axle seals, ABS rings, or other parts to the replacement axles. ccr20051001cv_s09.jpg
Guide the replacement axle into place. Depending on the type of retainer, the axle should click firmly in place. ccr20051001cv_s10.jpg
Always use the proper torque on the axle bolts. Check axle rotation. Reassemble dismantled components.

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