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Camry transmission/axel I screwed up, trying to put in new front axles. Had trouble separating the inside of the axle from the transmission. There is a cover for the transmission, that the axle plugs into, and I broke it, trying to pry it off. (I now understand it was not necessary to remove this) What is this cover called, and where might I find one?

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Phone the junkyard and see if they have your car onhand and go there and get them to remove it

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