Question about Dodge Neon
The CV shaft is just held in with spring clips; it should pop right out if you apply the right prying force to it. If you haven't freed the drive axle end yet, it may not compress enough to let it come out of the transmission; you should always take the hub end loose first, then the other end should pop out. The ones that are exceptionally stubborn, you may pry out on it, and hit the opposite side with a rubber mallet, and that's the most it should require. Be prepared to catch the transmission fluid that will leak out. If you have further questions, please post a comment, and I will check up on it and answer.
Posted on May 12, 2010
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