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I hope this helps you. You can usually read the Axle tab or your info is on the doorjam and include this for the correct gear ratio.

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the tag should be on one of the rear cover bolts, if it has been removed all you need to do is remove the rear cover and count all the teeth on the ring gear and the pinion gear then divided the number of ring rear teeth by the number of pinion gear teeth and that will give you the gear ratio of the rear end........GOOD LUCK

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Have a 1996 camaro SS speed. i have replaced the rear end and filled it with mobil 1 rear end fluid with the limited slip additive and it whines at around 70 mph and also vibrates pretty bad.


There are bearings in the rear diff that make a "whining" noise it can be repaired by replacing the bearings. Here is how its done;

1. Jack up the rear end and support if correctly with jack stands.
2. remove the wheels and expose the axles
3. remove the differential cover and drain the differential
4. rotate the main gear inside and expose the take down bolt. (8mm)
5. remove the take down pin in the spline drive. 8mm nut
6. remove the axles and remove the main gear. then take out the bearings.
7. replace the bearings and reinstall the components in reverse order.
8. refill the differential.

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I live int e san francsico bayarea and I need my 1996 camaro rear end rebuilted and I need a company that will stand by the work, I have found a company that will rebuilted tmy rear end which is a Chevy...


Sounds like a good deal to me.....Get it in writing....I live on the east coast in the carolinas where everyone has a race car of some kind ....Because of nascar history and You might try Charlotte gear works in Charlotte NC....But since you live there it sounds like a good deal to me....
I am GM cert. and also Level II Chrysler cert.......Charlotte is good place...But if you check on line
Anywhere in the carolinas You Should find a good place but I have used Charlotte.............
Hope this helps....................Metalpoet

Apr 17, 2011 | 1996 Chevrolet Camaro

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My 1996 camaro z-28 need the rear end replaced, so were is the id tag, that gives me the correct rearend , in hte car and should I pull out the complete rear end and have it rebuiled, and then reinstalled...


If you take the VIN # to a GM dealer they should be able to tell you the original rear end that the vehicle came with. If you are going to take the rear end to a shop they will be able to tell when they take it apart. If it is a posi rear end it will have a tag under one af the cover bolts (if it has not been removed) Once inside a posi rear end is immediately identifiable from the clutch pack. Also the number of teeth is stamped on each (pinion and ring) gear. Divide ring gear # by Pinion gear # to get rear end ratio. Didn't get directly to your question, but I hope this helps. Let me know. Thanks

Dec 24, 2010 | 1996 Chevrolet Camaro

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My 96 Camaro has the rear swaying a little extra over speed bumps and turns with bumps. Changed front/rear sway bar bushings and gonna do tie-rods soon.. Any hints...


check the rear track bar bushings this runs from side of axle up to body. also the lower link bushings in rear. have you checked air pressure ?

Dec 23, 2010 | 1996 Chevrolet Camaro

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Need to remove rear axle on 67 camaro can't locate c clips


some older cars do not have c lips. you need to jack up car and place on jack stands withe the whelles off the ground. remove rims/tires. remove drum brakes. remove rear end cover. you need a drain pan under it. you need the car in neutral. spin axle. look in rear end. posi or not you will see the large pin that goes through the middle of the diff. one end of the pin is held in by a bolt. reomve the bolt. spin the diff down. slide the pin out. in side the diff on each side are spider gears. with the pin out push the axle in. this will push the clip so you can pull it off of tha axle and spider gera. then pull axle out. noe an easy or claen job but very doable.

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Rear end drive gears worn on 95 chevy camaro z 28 causes roaring;grinding noises during operation in all gears ;six speed manual


Make sure it is not just a axle bearing . remove the shaft and rear wheels and brake drums ( if not disc) if disc remove the caliper and rotate the axles listen and feel for roughness.

Aug 29, 2009 | 1995 Chevrolet Camaro

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Need new rear end for a 1996 Chevy Camaro (interchange options?)


camaro firebird and transam axles are what i would go for. remember lots of people change out the ratio just look for one with posi it will bolt right up if the ratio is wrong it will only affect speedo and fuel economy a little bit. this can also be changed easily with your ring and pinion out of the old one if need be.

May 18, 2009 | 1996 Chevrolet Camaro

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How do I remove the rear axle to replace the seal 1996 jimmy


You will have to remove the differential cover on the rear end, in the center of the gear cluster you'll have to rotate your axle until it exposes the ends of the axle shafts, push in the axles as far as you can from the brake pad assembly area, then, there this a C clips that slips into a groove on the end of the axle, you'll have to reove the C clip to pull out the axle.

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Bad rear axle bearing with probable damage to inner bearings


If you have a bad bearing than there is probably metal throughout the whole rear end. I would contact a toyota wrecking yard and price a complete rear end for your vehicle. Search online for a toyota wrecking yard in your area. A complete rear end will be around $600 dollars.

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