Question about 1995 Honda Civic
Yes, remove the tire and the outer axle nut again and check to see if the axle is in all the way. You can also jack up the car and check to see if the axle is all the way in as well. There shouldn't be a gap between the inner joint and the trans. Check to see if the outer part of the axle is in the hub splines as well.
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