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I am replacing my shafts on a ford focus do they just pull out of the transmission

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The axle shafts are held in place by circlips that keep them from pulling out of the transmission you need to pry the halfshafts away from the transmission after you remove the axle nut and lower ball joint to swing the strut/brake assembly out of the way for clearance you might also need a couple of special tools to remove the halfshaft from the steering knuckle and could be a 30 32 or 36 mm socket to remove the axle nut.

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Yes

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SOURCE: where does the transmission oil go in a 2003 Ford focus

hope u got a long funnel the easyest way two find that is first follow the shifter cable once you do that u will find just a cap loking thing there unscerew then use long funnel .

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