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2004 pontiac sunfire i cant get the cv joint to come out i've removed everything i need but it wont pull out is there something i'm missing?

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The interior circlip its in the end on the spline ,very difficult to see and evan harder to get to,look inside the cv where the shaft goes in and you will see a bigger gap in the cv housing as you turn it around .This is where the eyes of the circlip are located ,spread them

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