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This should be a fairly straight forward easy job. You will need to block the wheels, or jack up the truck and set securely on jack stands. Remove the drive shaft by removing the u-joint straps and prying u-joint away from pinion. Make sure you do not let the u-joint caps some off of the u-joint as they are filled with many needle bearings that you do not want to loose. when you get the u-joint free of the pinion it is a good idea to wrap a piece of tape around the u-joint to keep the caps in place. Then you simply have to pull the drive shaft back to slide the front out of the transmission. Then you can get a small chisel around the lip of the seal and the back of the transmission tail shaft and pop out the old seal and then install the new one. Put the drive shaft back in and you are done.
Posted on Apr 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I figured out my problem!
From the VERY BEGINING... I changed my brake pedal switch with a BRAND NEW switch, and the lights still didn't work.
Well, I went back down there with a live wire and touched the contacts..and guess what.. the brake lights lit up!
I got a faulty NEW brake pedal switch!! I went a year with this problem, so learn from my issue, test even your new parts if it doesn't fix the problem to completely rule it out!
I hope you guys figure out what's going on with your issue.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
Take the bolts out that attach the steering box to the frame and pivot the box so you can fit the puller on.
Leave the steering shaft and power steering hoses attached.
Mark the new pitman arm and old one in the same place and mark the pitman shaft to keep the same position of the new pit man arm on the old shaft as the old pitman arm.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
I had a 96 GMC 1500 with a 5.7 ltr. It would idle rough, especially on start up. After replacing everything under the sun, it turned out the ECM (computer) was shot. I found a used one and plugged it in and it ran fine. I think I paid 50 bucks or so for it. If you know someone with a truck like yours, plug theirs in and see if it fixes it.
Posted on Apr 19, 2010
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