Question about 2003 Toyota Land Cruiser
You need a big vice and a big hammer! Move the boot out of the way, remove as much grease as you can from the housing, grip the shaft in the vice as tightly as you can at about 45 deg. and with the housing of the CV horizontal just below the jaws - and hit it. It sounds brutish, but keep hitting until the cv comes off the shaft, it is held in place by a pretty strong clip.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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