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Old 06 Feb 2008, 07:16 pm
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Default Can the extension shaft on a 92 acura Legend be removed is there a speacial pulley..?

(acura legend 5 speed manual transaxle)I removed the differential from the Acura and upon inspection, I noticed the extension or differential shalf gear was worned.. it's the shalf between the transaxle and differential .. I'm sure it could be removed .. if so .. Is there a tool needed .. a special pulley .. thanks..
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Old 06 Feb 2008, 07:31 pm
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Leave the work to a professional. Screw it up and you're looking at a new transmission.
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