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How do I remove the driver-side inner axle shaft

How do I remove the driverside inner axle shaft from the transmission od a 1994 Mazda Protege?

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    I am dealing with a limited amount of space; very hard to get anything in there...

  • romanticpoet Sep 05, 2009

    I am dealing with a limited amount of space; very hard to get anything in there...

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Its retaind with a roll type snap ring. you need to POP it out. being carful not to damage it seal, pry with a good jolt between the trans and cv cup, or take a pry bar or pipe and jab at it like your stabbing it lol. dont use a hammer or go crazy but it takes a good wallop to release. then slide it out, to install, trun till it drops in and POP it in by hand with the slop in the cv joints.good luck!

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