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I hit a curb and the driver side axle popped out of the transmission, what else could be broken and how much you figure it would cost to repair?
1999 Pontiac Grand Am

I hit a curb and the driver side axle popped out of the transmission, what else could be broken and how much you figure it would cost to repair?

(1999 Pontiac Grand Am)
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on January 23, 2015
Replacing a half-shaft isn't too expensive DIY. If it was able to 'pop out' as you stated, I would check a lot of the suspension components for damage. Tie-rod ends, ball joints and control arms as well as the struts. No idea of overall cost until inspection is done.
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on January 23, 2015
Replacing a half-shaft isn't too expensive DIY. If it was able to 'pop out' as you stated, I would check a lot of the suspension components for damage. Tie-rod ends, ball joints and control arms as well as the struts. No idea of overall cost until inspection is done.
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