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If you provide pictures with the wheel off I most certainly can help you. I have never done a Honda but they all have the same principle behind them. Just need a look at what you may need to get out of your way and what tools you will need. If it is frozen on I can even teach you a few swear words to chant.
There should be a 4wd fuse inside the driver door at the dash by front pillar. Remove cover look inside cover and find 4wd fuse, replace. If it blows again it will most likely need a front axle electronic actuator.
It is held in by a ring that sits in an indent. You just have to push it in and then **** it straight out. Put a pan under the tranny in case it leaks a little with the axle out. Don't pry it or you may damage the splines.
The ABS and the AWD are interconnected, if the sensor cable is damaged then there is no signal for the AWD sytem to operate from. Also the ABS,,it wont work properly either,,,the repair is not costly, get it fixed.