Question about Toyota Camry
The strut needs to be removed/disconnected from the lower control arm. If this is not done you will not get the shaft out. The only way to get the cup to disengage from the differential in the gearbox is by brute force. It locates in the differential/transaxle by way of a snap ring at the end of the shaft. You cannot get at the snapring because it is inside the gearbox. Your crowbar was a step in the right direction. Remember to rotate the shaft a little at a time as you try to pry it out. You may also try to use a slide hammer.
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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