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take wheel off take big nut off cv shaft so it can slide out of hub assembly, take bolt out that holds strut to hub assembly an bolt lower ball joint and tie rod end take hammer and tap knuckle where steering end attaches, pry out ball joint and take axle end out of hub assembly. then carefully with pry bar pop it out of tranny. when install cv axle push in tranny fast so that you feel it snap in. good luck

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CHECK AN MAKE SURE CLIPS ON END OF THE CV JOINT ASSEMBLY IS THERE ,THE PART THAT GOES INTO THE TRANS, IF ITS NOT THERE THE INNER SHAFT WILL COME OUT OF THE TRANS ,THAT CLIP HOLDS IT THE TRANS

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1992 Mazda MX3 driver side cv axle won't come out. Took off nut axle stuck and won't come out. How can I get it out?


Get a good pry bar and wedge the bar between the CV shaft and where it goes into the tranny.You should be able to pop it out.If not rotate the shaft and repeat untill it lets go.It is only held in place by a round clip on the shaft inside the tranny.Be patient its been there a long time. Good Luck

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Hate to the bearer of bad news, but it sounds like one of the gears in the transmission is shot (namely the ring and pinion gear.) One thing to check and see is to look under the hood and look at where the CV joints enter the transmission. Have someone put it into gear while you look. See if the output shafts of the transmission is turning, but the inner CV joint is not.

Much as I hate to say it, you picked a bad car for a beginning driver. Parts are expensive for this car, and sometimes hard to come by.

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take a pry bar to the side of the tranny and pry the cv out, there is a clip on the shaft of the axle on the inside of the tranny

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Hi there. Do you mean cv joints? And if so you are better off th change the cv shaft than try to take it apart and rebuild the joints. The cv joints are really difficult to put together and far more work than just replacing the shafts. In either case you need to removve the shaft with the bad joint. Pull off your wheel, brake caliper, rotor, and then seperate the lower control arm where the balljoint connects to the hub. You will need to get a balljoint press for this. You can usualy get one through a chain autoparts store rent a tool program for free(with refundable deposit). once the balljoint is seperated you need to get a prybar in where the cv shaft goes into the transmission. Just hook the base of the shaft and lightly pry it out away from the tranny. Becareful not to damage the seal at the tranny with your bar. Hope this helps.

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If you are changing the CV joint with shaft, after getting the outer end of the shaft out of the hub, Take a small pry-bar and pry the shaft out of the tranny.

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