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Front right axel-how does pin come out that holds axel onto cv joints-or motor is it a push pin or do i need to release it with a allen wrench or star wrench. How does it release from motor?

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Most of the axles I have pulled out only take a good pull straight out from the transmission. You may have to use a pry bar, just put it between the end of axle and transmission to pop it loose. The rotor side should push back through after you remove it from the a arm.

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