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How to you remove the left side front lnner axle on a2006 commander jeep

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4WD , i guess. no job stated new CV joints or boots?
why not stated what failed first or are you inspecting, only?
did you read the free and official book first
the jeep SM service manual.
here it is again, over 300 times posted
ill walk you to the page,
the car is really a grand cherokee with funny rear seats, et cetra
WK jeep in USA.
page. 31, index. pick C200F or C200FE axle. front
only you know this.
are you asking all steps.??
if yes, there it is, in the official book, read that then ask questions.
10 steps starting on page 44 half-shafts removal.
step 10 says. and I quote.
"10. Pry half shafts from axle/axle tube with pry bar."
step 6 and 7 are harder, ball joint popped loose. with tools.

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Could be bolts or push in need prey bar.

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