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Trying to remove drivers side front c.v. shaft on 2001 gmc jimmy 4x4. everything taken apart but shaft wont seperate from transf.case do i need to take out the 5-6 bolts surrounding the shaft on the plaque ???

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  • Mr Everythng Mar 11, 2011

    please send a picture im not sure if your talking about the transfer case at the end of the bellhousing or just a minni driveshaft u-joint setup

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Yes the bolts will need to come out and they still stick on there pretty good i have needed to use a chisel and hammer and tap were they are connected good luck
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