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Passenger side axel i cant seem to pull it out. how do i do it

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  • gomesmichael Oct 07, 2009

    transmissino side

  • gomesmichael Oct 07, 2009

    maybe i was not clear enough. i am having a hard time getting it out from wher the wheel hub is. please respond

  • daniel timmons May 11, 2010

    which side of the axle? the hub side or the transmission side?

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Use a prybar and pry in between the cv joint and the transmission with a swift jolt and it should pop out. dont pull on the axle itself because the joints will separate or get damaged nd you might not know it untill u go to drive it and have to start all over again

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  • daniel timmons Oct 08, 2009

    remove the brake caliper, caliper bractet, and rotor. remove the big nut on the end of the axle. remove the hub from the ball joints, tie rod, etc. if the axle is siezed in the hub spray some wd-40 on the end where its siezed put the axle nut back on about 3 or 4 threads (so you dont mushroom the head) and hit it with a hammer. be carefull not to hit the wheel studs. once its freed remove the nut and the axle should slide right out.

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