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Cannot get drive axle out of transmission - 2002 Cadillac Deville

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On the inner axle shaft is a round retaining ring that keeps it in place. It will not come off from were its at and only when the axle is out in front of you. This axle simply is shoved in and gives out a load click when properly seated in place. To remove it an old style crow bar is what I use to remove it. To do this insert the crow bar to catch the lip of the axle shaft fimly with the bar resting on the trans housing. Firmly pry the axle outward till the click you will hear from the retaining ring. This solution will release the axle for you

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