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How to replace a front driver side axel for a 2004 toyota corolla

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Remove wheel
remove large nut in center of hub
unbolt lower control arm allowing the assembly to "swing" out a bit.
with a prybar, you will have to snap the shaft out on the transmission side to disengage the clip holding the shaft in.

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