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How do you pull an axle on a 1992 Toyota Camry?

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2005-10-25 17:52:39
2005-10-25 17:52:39

OK, here is the quick way. Take off tire/rimm, loosen the axle nut, take off brake caliper and rotor, take out the ball joint bolt. Put a jack against the A-arm and agains something in the wheel well that is solid. Jack the A-arm down and pull the shock/hub out away from the car so you can push the axle out of the hub. then pull or pry the axle out of the transmission, there may be a clip or something holdign the axle in, but I have not worked on a vehicle with one on it yet.

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