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Whalen said that one of the typical mistakes people make when replacing axleshafts in late-model vehicles is damaging the wheel sensor or wiring for the ABS. On a JK, he likes to disconnect the harness behind the upper shock mount so the harness comes out with the unit bearing. Remove the cotter pin and use an impact wrench to remove the spindle nut.

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