email@example.com (Adam Green) wrote in
It's held in by a clip, but it pops out pretty easily with a pry bar. You
don't even need to drain the tranny when removing the driver's side.
If I were you, I would call the dealer and ask if the driveashafts for that
car have different part numbers depending on ALB/ABS or not. If they do,
then there is a difference.
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