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Mazda 626 pulling front cv axles out of mazda 626 2000 ive got the outer part of the axle loose from the spindal side but cant get the inner loose from trans help please

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    Dave C May 11, 2010

    Try and get a pry bar or large screwdriver between the inner joint and the transaxle case and give it a quick pry and it will pop out. Sometimes a quick tug on the shaft is enough as well.

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First put a jackstand under the car have it jacked up fairly high where you can get under it easily then take a really strong regular screw driver or a small pry bar slide up between tranny and the axle piece you are trying to get out and tap with your hand or a rubber mallet the bottom of the pry bar or the handle of the screw driver towards the opposite side of the car of what you are working on.

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