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How to remove transaxle and gearbox

How to remove axle shaft step by step please

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Just a chat room used from home as you do

You will have to get a service manual if you have no vehicle
experience with removing drive axles

I would suggest you stand outside a trans shop & watch

They pull about 3 a day & install 2 or 3 a day

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