Jack up and support the vehicle. open the half shaft nut by having someone depress the brake pedal while you are trying to open the nut. You could also "jam" the brake disc to prevent it from turning.The upper bolts on the steering knuckle are removed to allow the knuckle to pivot outward, the nose of the axle is tapped back toward the transmission until it is no longer engaged in the steering knuckle. The axle is pried out of the transmission, it is secured in the differential with a circlip that will collapse as the axle is pulled out of the transmission.
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You should start by taking off the tire, tie rod, rotor, caliper, lower and upper ball joints you have to free up the suspension to take out the axle, for a diagram with pictures go to sinautoscan.com under forum