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How do I remove the inside end of the half shaft from my 93 toyota celica?

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Dear Stuck Shaft Sufferer.....I've read your concern and i have the solution for you.There is what they call cir clips on the inside of the axle shafts...these little clips are a failsafe for the axle falling out by itself.It's a little extra addon most auto manufacturees did to insure these halfshafts stay in frimly.....The easiest and best way to remove these is with a slightly bent pry bar....preferbly at least two feet long.you're gonna want to have the car up a little bit higher in the air so you can manuever around under it......crawl under there....bring a drain tray too cuz you might loose a little bit of fluid......get undr there and take your prybar and wedge it right between the transmission and the knuckle part of the halfshaft. It's gonna require a couple powerful short bursts....but it will make a little (click) when the cclip disengages from the trans itself....now duck and watch out for fluid........that's all there is to it...p.s. make sure the outer part of the halfshaft is free and clear from hitting anything so you don't get bound up when you're tryin to release it........if ya need anything else...get back to me.... I HOPE I HELPED!!!

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Put a pry bar between the metal end of the half shaft and the tranny and pry it a little and the shaft should release

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If it is like most cars, there is a internal spring clip that holds the shaft into the transmission. You just have to get a pry bar of some sort in there and pry the half shaft straight out. As soon as that clip comes out of the groove, the shaft will slide right out. If you need more direction then check out autozone.com. Register as a member and check out the "vehicle repair guides".

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