Question about Chevrolet C1500
The car should be on jack stands. After disconnecting everything from the transmission, put a jack underneath it and lower it while moving it towards the rear of the car. If this doesn't work, hit it a bunch with a sledge hammer. Good luck-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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There should be a tag on the rear that tells you the weight. It is probably sythetic oil. If there is no tag, call any Chevy dealer, ask for service dept. and they will tell you.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
Your transmission has 3 shift rails...
1st - 2nd
If your 3rd gear doesn't work , you have an internal transmission problem, such as a syncronizer, or similar fail... There is not much you can fix, without removeing the transmission.
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
SEAL COULD BE LEAKING CAUSE YOU DIDNT LUBRICATE THE SEAL LIPS WITH PETROLEUM JELLY TO HELP THE THE SEAL LIP SEAL OR YOU DAMAGE THE SEAL WHILE DRIVING IT IN.AXLE FLANGE NUTS TORQUE IS 58 FT LBS THE AXLE HUB NUT TORQUE IS 177 FT LBS.
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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wow this is a tough one even for me and i do it for a living. ok here goes. you need a special tool to reinstall the seal first off not sure if the parts store may have this.. you remove the caliper and rotor. then remove the hub assembly. me personally would get the shaft as a whole you need to press the u joint out other wise and not sure who does this.. pull the whole shaft after removing the seal behind the hub assembly. use a prybar a short one and get behind the axle where it goes into the differential and pull as you pry at where it goes into the front differential. putting it back in is where you need the tool i told you about heres some pics to help you identify some of the components
Posted on Jan 23, 2011
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