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1989 Toyota Pickup grease locations?

I want to grease the body / frame of my 1989 Toyota Pickup and need to know where the fittings are and what type of grease to use.

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Use white lithium grease and the plugs are on just about every movable part on front end,ball joints, ty rods etc. on the driveline ends on transfer case to wheel, on drive line carrier bearing and on each u joint on each end of drive line and I think theres a couple on the rear end assembley somewhere.

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SOURCE: Filling Transmission Fluid on 1991 Toyota Pickup

you put it through the dip stick

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there is no way to fix a rear main leak except to replace it, sorry but if there was a way to jerry rig this every tech would use it.

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Check the ignitor and the ignition switch

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