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Ihave a 1996 honda accord sedan how do you get the

I can't get the axle nut off, it don't seem to have a

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    philschneide May 11, 2010

    If the problem is that the hub turns while you are trying to remove the nut (I can't tell from your question) to prevent the hub from turning while you remove the axle nut, put a prybar between two of the wheel studs and against the ground, then loosen the nut. I hope this helps you.

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I'm guessing that the hub is turn while you are trying to remove the nut.
(I can't tell from your question) To prevent the hub from turning while you remove the axle nut, put a prybar between two of the wheel studs and against the ground, then loosen the nut.
I hope this helps you.

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