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are wheels free to move ? could be just stubborn , Is the seal holding it in ? lockring ? a repair manual would be helpful , todays vehicles have many surprises, I have one for all (4) of my vehicles, what gear is truck in ? should be neutral , yes ? you have jacks under frontend, yes. good luck
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you know since it's a 4x4 the front and rear axle HAVE to be the same.
remove the cv axle from the side you are changing. then on the parrengers side unbolt the housing from the frame and unbolt the housing extension tube from the rest of the housing. the bearrings and seal should be there ready for removal. on the drivers side hook your slide hammer to the axle flange and beat the #[email protected]% out of it. tryy not to pry on the housing it is easy to break. good luck my dad has a 8 lb slide and he has been sliding away for over an hour with no luck, he is ready to pull the housing split it in half and press it out. hope this helps.
the ansew i found is replacing the seal around the joint and from both end removing it and cleaning it out i had rocks in mine from going threw water and mud ita a all day deal but a twenty doller fix axle shaft oil seal is all i had to replace
High pressure wash the entire area and engine, including the strut or shock area. Depending on how long it takes to leak, look at the axle at night with a flashlight as you can see shinny liquid easy at night, but you will see it in the day also if the leaking is prominant.
You might have a leaky strut or shock that is running down on the axle and I am hoping the mechanic took you for a ride,