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Starter Replacement intermediate drive shaft's bolt has been removed and yet the shaft itself won't move in any direction to disconnect upper from lower parts of the shaft. I am replacing the starter and this shaft is disallowing me to do so. My car is on ramps and ready for replacement of starter. Which way do I force the shaft or how does it disconnect once the center bolt has been removed?

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What you need to do is remove the bolts from the universal joint at the differential and then pry the shaft forward pushing twoard the transmission.The drive shaft should drop out at that point,I hope I understood your question and this solves your issue.

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Yes, you'll have to remove the bracket.

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to remove the axles, remove brake caliper and disc, remove hub assembly, the center hub/axle nut and...(there are i think 3-4 bolts on the back side of the spindle to remove the hub), you may have to force the hub off the spindle with a hammer or air hammer... once the hub is out the axle should slide out of the front differential allowing access to the ball joint nuts for removal...

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If you use an extension on your ratchet that's longer than the starter, and a universal socket, you should be able to get it.

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you are typically looking at around 200 dollars just for the part. You can save some money sometimes if you trade your old one for a new one. The core charge is sometimes waived if you trade

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