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Need help removing right side cv axle on 94 toyota

How do I remove the right side cv axle on 94 toyota camry fromt he transmission. is there a pin or something that needs to come out? Everything else is removed, just need to get the cv axle out.

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Assuming you have the spindle off - you need a pry bar between the inner mount and the transaxle. Give it a bit of a snap as it is held in with a lock ring around the spline. Note the gap - when replacing it - pop it in fairly well till you feel the snap ring lock back into position. If you are replacing it - inspect the new one - the lock ring should already be installed.

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Does it have to be in a certain position to get it to snap out because when i turn the axle on the passenger side i hear a clinging sound

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