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Yes hello, my nephew has a 94 grand am GT and he's tryimg to remove the old CV joints but has hit a snag, he can't get them to come out of the tranny due to the big gear towards the wheel. Is there a simple way of taking them off?

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They should pop out
There is a tool that you could rent or buy and its just for CV axles its like a slide hammer

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