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How do i remove the back axles from the diff

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Since yours is front wheel drive, simply detach the diff from the chassis. Open up the diff which consists of two halves.The transmission axe has a spider bearing assembly held by four bolts. On opening the top half of the diff, you will be able to separate the rear axle shaft.......sodeep

Posted on May 17, 2009

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