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Rear axle oil seal location for chevy 3500 dually

A diagram of a chevy 3500 rear axle oil seal location is needed

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  • johnoski Jun 02, 2009

    The message I receive is that AutoZone does not have a manual for my vehicle as of this time and to check back.

  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    whydoes one side of rear tires move but other side wont on 1986 1ton chevy dually?

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  • rjbeg123 Jun 02, 2009

    If it won't let you in sign up it's free.

  • rjbeg123 Jun 02, 2009

    That's not true the link I gave you is the a step by step photo guide to the repair of the rear axle seal. You need to register and sign in at autozone. Then click on the link and it will take you there.

  • rjbeg123 Jun 02, 2009

    Access to the rear seal requires removing the axle from the car. You need to pull the entire brake assembly, open the dirrerential remove the locking ring and slide the axel out. There you will see the rear axle seal. I was trying to link you to a picture and text step by step as it is a very technical fix and easier to see than try to explain.

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You might want to try (autozone.com) and sign up for free parts prices & access to repair manual with pictures etc., to assist you.

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