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    Default removing cv axle on accord?

    maybe some honda gurus on here could help me. im trying to replace the drivers side cv axle on my girlfriends 5 speed accord. only problem is i cant get the cv axle seperated from the trans axle. anyone know how i can get this thing off of here? ive tried just forcing it but to no avail (granted im not the strongest guy in the world). i know on subarus there is a pin that holds it to the trans...but i dont see anything that looks like its holding it to the trans axle. any suggestions?
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    Default Re: removing cv axle on accord?

    What year?
    '14 WRX
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    Default Re: removing cv axle on accord?

    1997 5 speed
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    Default Re: removing cv axle on accord?

    '14 WRX
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    Default Re: removing cv axle on accord?

    is it a long axle or half shaft?

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    Default Re: removing cv axle on accord?

    Quote Originally Posted by partsman View Post
    is it a long axle or half shaft?
    halfshaft. i finally got it out. was a major pain in the ass. car has 256k miles and it seemed like it was never replaced lol. held on there with the force of god
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