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Old 01-14-2010, 09:24 AM   #1
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Default 94 accord CV axle removal?

So I took the lower ball joints and everything Im trying to pull out the CV axle right now. Problem is its not budging and it looks like the rubber boot is stretching. Is there a proper technique to pull them out?
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Default Re: 94 accord CV axle removal?

if outer joint is disconnected from the rotor hub aseembly then the inner joint that goes into the transmission needs to be pryed out between the joint and tranny.
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Default Re: 94 accord CV axle removal?

Im trying to remove the inner joint on the half shaft from the intermediate shaft or support shaft. Even with a pry bar its still not coming out.
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