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How do you remove a stuck cv from inside at trans axle

Inside cv is stuck how do you remove

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Every one I've replaced was stuck. You need to jerk it out. I've pried carefully with a flat blade screwdriver and I've ised a small pry bar as well. Some have a ring on the end that keeps it from pulling out. You need to keep jerking at it and once the ring lines up it will just about fall out. Check and see if the new axle has a ring on it as well. Sometimes you need to move it from the old one onto the new one.

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