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Hi, can you tell me how I can remove left side drieaxel of my 1992 Toyota celica GT I already remove the whole wheel hub assembly away from the car

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Usually just pry between tranny and axel and pops off. see this has a c clip on the end off the axel so it has some pressure.just pry and it should pop right off. ps make sure theres no pin on the axel if there is just use a center punch and push it out you might need a hammer.

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