Question about 1997 Toyota Avalon
Hold a small hammer against the side of the trans to act asa pivot, then engage a pry-bar into the notch in the axle stub and just pop it out.
The passenger side axle can be 100 times more difficult than the dirvier's side because the center shaft bearing often freezes (rusts) into the rear motor mount bracket. This requires removing the rear motor mount with the axle then beating the axle loose with a hammer.
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Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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