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Took of my flywheel to change rear seal i put it back and now it wont start please can you help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
replace the axle seal to replace pull the rear cover draining the gear oil then rotate the carrier around till the small bolt holding the carrier pin remove bolt pull pin out don"t turn carrier after pulling the pin push the axle in and remove the clip from the inside of the carrier that pin holds the axle clips in place after pulling out you can remove the axle then just pop the seal out and install new one use a socket or something that is the same size as the seal lube the axle and slide axle back in lift up when almost all the way in the tube putting it in the carrier once in replace clip and pullout on the axle thats it pretty much hope this helps you out
Posted on Mar 24, 2010
SOURCE: i have a 2002 1500
try one simple thing, reset the computer by disconnecting positive cable from battery for 10 mins.also make sure the crankshaft sensor is plugged back in,will not start without it.he may have missed it when removal of transmission.you may even have to reset the trucks computer,disconnect the positive cable from battery for 10mins.. this will accept any new products,i'm sure they had to unplug the 02 sensors to remove the transmission! this will help, is it getting fuel? if not,try fuel pump fuse,or relay. is it getting fire to plugs? if not, something is not plugged back in right. suggest you check under and on top of motor for a missed plug in. it was running when they replaced rear seal?go from there. hope this helps and thank you for choosing fixya.com chat support is available,phone support also.
Posted on Dec 23, 2010
hi this is a turbo problem, i have the same issue if you remove the air filter pipe from the turbo and check the play on the axle you'll notice that it is way loose
Posted on Feb 04, 2011
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