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I changed passenger front axel and the flange the axel bolts to will not slide back in all the way how do i resolve this ?

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There is only one way they fit the spline on the shaft is marked line this up before refitting

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1.Set the vehicle transmission in "Park" and engage the emergency brake before attempting to remove the front right axle. Place wood blocks behind the rear wheels to prevent the vehicle from rolling and loosen the lug nuts one complete turn on the right front wheel with a tire tool.

2. .Lift the front passenger side of the vehicle with a floor jack and slide a jack stand under the vehicle frame near the wheel. Lower the floor jack so the vehicle is sitting on the jack stand and move the floor jack out of the way.

3. Remove the lug nuts with the tire tool and set the front passenger wheel out of the way. Take the cap off the end of the axle with a standard screwdriver and remove the cotter pin from the axle with a pair of pliers.

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  • 5. Lift the brake caliper off the rotor and remove the brake pads from the caliper. Suspend the brake caliper from the vehicle frame with a wire hanger and take the rotor off the axle.
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  • 7. Slide the front right axle off the center flange and let it rest on the A-arm. Lift the front passenger side up with the floor jack to get enough room between the steering knuckle and A-arm and slide the axle out of the vehicle.
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    1. Remove the hub cap and bolt the wheel back in.
    2. Punch out the spindle nut lock and loosen the spindle nut.
    3. Raise and support the vehicle and block the rear tires.
    4. Remove the wheel.
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    10. Separate the inner driveshaft from the transmission with a large screw driver (or crow bar).
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