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2005 toyota highlander transfer case removal information what is too be removed other than axles, steering sway bar engine mount ect...

I need answer on the removal something is currently holding this transfer case on the vehicle a pin a c clip ect.. i need help on where this might be i have removed everything cv axles, all bolts

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Most likely, you missed a hidden bolt. There aren't pins or clips that hold these on. If it is tight against the transmission, it is a bolt. If it slides back a bit and the gap is they same all the way around, then there is possibly a clip on the shaft inside of it. Pry the T case off. Caution though. If you can pry it open some, But it will not stay or it won't open the same all way around, you missed a bolt. Do not pry it loose, you will break the T case housing.

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SOURCE: Unable to remove the tires.

If you have all the lug nuts off the wheel will come off it is problaby rusted to the hub.  Do not take the large bolt out.  You need to loosly screw 2 of the lugs back on but not all the way.  Now kick the tire w/ the heel of your shoe to break it free.  or if you have a plastic weighted hammer hit on the backside of the tire to break it free.  It will come loose

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SOURCE: 1996 toy corolla cv axle removal

Use a pry bar and lever the axle out of the transmission.

It's easier if you have the outer end of the axle already removed from the hub.

To put the axle back in, use one quick shove and it will pop into place.

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SOURCE: need help removing right side cv axle on 94 toyota

Assuming you have the spindle off - you need a pry bar between the inner mount and the transaxle. Give it a bit of a snap as it is held in with a lock ring around the spline. Note the gap - when replacing it - pop it in fairly well till you feel the snap ring lock back into position. If you are replacing it - inspect the new one - the lock ring should already be installed.

Posted on Dec 12, 2009

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