Question about Chevrolet Blazer
First break the axle nut free, but do not take it off (to loosen/remove axle nut may require you to unstake the nut using a screwdriver and hammer). Then loosen the lugnuts. Raise and support the vehicle. Remove the wheel and tire. Now remove the axle nut. Remove the brake caliper and support up by the top of the strut (you will most likely need to remove some of the bolts holding the brake lines. DO NOT let the caliper dangle from the brake line). Remove the caliper guide. On the bottom of your strut you will see a yoke (upside down horseshoe looking thing), remove that. Now break the lower ball joint free. There will be a torsion rod running from under the radiator to here. Remove those two bolts. The spindle assembly should now pull forward and swing towards the back of the car. Now climb underneath the car. Place a prybar between the inner cv joint and the transmission and carefully pry the axle out. Yu have to be carefull ,otherwise fluid will come out.
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