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You 1st take off the tire, then the big nut in the center on the cv shaft, then the upper /lower ball joint bolts and finally you should be able to get the whole hub assembly off though you may need a rubber hammer to knock it through.you wil now be left with a cv shaft "stuck" in the transmission usually you can get it out with a few different pry bars or you may need to make a knocker out of a piece of chain and a sledge hammer. in this case simplw wrap the chain around the solid part going into the tranny then tie the two loose ends together put the sledge in between and swing away..this should free up any sticky cv shaft problems. hope this helps.

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