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How to remove the driveshaft from a 1987 honda accord

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You do not have a driveshaft on a 1987 honda accord.. they are front wheel drive... you have two drive axles.. but no driveshaft buddy

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remove brake caliper and lower ball joint. remove locking nut on spindle. spin spindle around. use your ball joint separator to pop each drive shaft from the transmission. about a 15 minute job.

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