Question about 2003 Ford F350 Super Duty DRW SuperCab
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
not hard at all, remove the driveshaft, undo the holding nut(impact tool helps a lot) you may need a peuuer to remove the yoke, pry the old seal out and gently tap the new one in, the refill the diff
Posted on Jun 30, 2010
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Change the seal is not to hard but getting to the seal is. you remove the drive line bolts drop the drive line then break the Nut loose that holds the yoke on the pinion shaft. The bolt I believe is 1 and 1/4 or 1 5/16 normally they only way to get the nut loose is with an air impact wrench, if you don't have a air impact wrench buy a breaker bar that's got a one inch drive on it and buy the socket with the 1 inch drive, if the breaker bar is less than the one inch it will flex so much that you won't be able to break the nut loose. you will need a 3/8 or a 7/16 inch wrench to get the drive line off. You will also need to get a Crush bearing which goes behind the yoke and you will need a tork wrench to tighten the nut to the proper tork specifications. The seal and crush bearing will cost you at most $20.00 If you don't have the tools your talking about $100.00 in tools. You also may need a jack if your to big to get under the truck IF YOUR A GOOD SIZED GUY. hope this helps and thanks for using fixya
Posted on Jul 01, 2010
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The only gear oil near the throw-out bearing would be in the transmission and the only way to the throw-out bearing is out the transmission front bearing retainer. I would check the vent first. It's on the transmission top. If that's free you'll have to remove the transmission and front bearing retainer to check the front bearing and seal.
Posted on May 07, 2011
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