Question about 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Pretty much a bolt out-bolt in deal...Most critical part is actually making sure that you obtain a diff with the exact gear ratio as the one you are replacing. Count teeth on ring gear and pinion gear, divide ring gear # by pinion gear # and you will get a number (like 3.23, expressed as three twenty three to one) Diffs come with a tag on diff cover but many times tag gets lost if unit is serviced.
Use flair nut wrenches on all hydraulic fittings, Plenty of wd40 on all hardware and support the body and diff while working so it does not fall on you while doing the job. Regardless t if it came with lube in it, change lube and make sure it's properly filled.
Sometimes you will need to push and pull a bit to get bolt holes to align when installing. It's easier to do if you do not tighten anything fully till every bolt has been installed.
good luck, any specific questions? just ask...
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
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