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Im not sure of whether i need to drain my transmission fluid when removing my right drive axle from my 1995 Hyundai Accent.

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You shouldn't have to. Keep a drain pan under the area to catch any that may spill. If you have just the once side of the car jacked up then I doubt if any will come out at all when you finally pull the shaft from the trans. Eve with the car level on a rack very little will come out.

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