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They do not sell individual parts for the differential. Get the whole thing at a junk yard. Oodles of Fords fit this one. The junk yard may install it for you.

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How do I separate the pancake from the rear end to get to gear box . I have loosened the bolts but it doesn't diengage. I need to replace the real seal as it is leaking


What might be a pancake?

I have worked on vehicles including your 65 mustang
since they were new in the 1960's

I assume you mean rear center section or diff

Then you talk about gear box,nothing there to do with a rear axle !

Very confusing question

What are you trying to do & on what component?

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Humming noise coming from transmission when its in neutral. push the clutch in and it stops. suppose to be a new clutch also it runs great but if you lift the rear end off the ground the wheels will s


A noise in neutral that goes when the clutch is disengaged indicates a front input shaft bearing in the gear box . When the clutch is out that shaft is spinning along with the cluster shaft in the gear box. When the clutch is in that shaft stops (to engage first gear) and the bearing is no longer working.. It normally means a box out job.

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I bought a used rear end wrecking yard


if your old rear end has good axles just swap them to the diff.with bent axles,hopefully thats not why you have to replace it in the first place,also replace the axle seals thay are probly bad from the bent axel

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Steps to Replacing a Clutch on mitsubishi express


for the full steps then get a workshop manual as there are some details that will be missed . Basically it is Remove the battery terminal. remove the rear drive shaft ( front also if 4wd). Remove the gear lever at the tower bolts on the gear box. Drain the gear box or be prepaired for the gear oil to run out the end of the transmission when you pull the box. . Place a bottle jack under the sump at the rear of the engine . Place a trolley jack under the gear box. undo the rear transmission mount cross member Undo all the bell housing bolts. lower the jack and the trolley jack and pull the gear box back. Undo the bolts holding the pressure plate on the flywheel a bit each at a time as you go around the plate . Remove the plate and the clutch plate ( be aware that the clutch plate will only go back in one way so watch the way the clutch hub was facing. Remove and replace the bearing in the back of the crank shaft. clean up the flywheel face ( good idea for a good non shudder job is to have the flywheel re-machined ) fit the clutch plate the right way and fit the pressure plate . Use a clutch aligner tool as it will be impossible to fit the gear box with out it. Replace the clutch throw out bearing. Now re install using the reverse processes As I said a manual shows it all

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My 2002 ford explorer jerks when i get up to about fifty mph and let off the gas. I put all new bearings in the rear end thinking the rear end was the problem but it still does it.I put it in four high and...


There is a problem in the shifting of the gear box. Probably a faulty in the over drive servo that is not shifting until the throttle position has changed.. Run fault codes and look for servo/sensor faults and next have an oil change done on the gear box. The rear end has nothing to do with gear shifting so you replaced the rear end bearings for no advantage.

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Where do you check the gear oil in the rear?


The rear end gear box usually has fill plug about 1/3 of the way up the gear box housing. The gear oil is usually filled to the bottom side of the plug. In other words, if you were to try to add gear oil, you would stop when the oil starts to spill back out of the plug hole.

Sep 09, 2012 | 2002 Ford Explorer

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Where can I find the inlet to poor gear box oil in to?


Depends on the make year and model, Engine size and transmission type and if it's 4wheel drive or not. Gear oil can possiblt go in the front rear end the rear rear end, The transfer case, The manual transmission. Some units don't use gear oil. Some manual steering gear boxes use gear oil too. Most all gears boxes don't have a way to pour the oil in as they have level plugs in the side at the normal fluid level. These plugs are located on the sides and they frequently can be turned with a 3/8 in drive ratchet extension. If the oil comes out or is just inside the hole with the vehical parked leavel then it's full. Yes they also have drain plugs and they frequently have the same kind and size of plug on the bottom as on the side.

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Rear drive shaft lock up doing 80mph on freeway.


disconnect rear drive shaft to see if tires move if not the rear end pinion gears might have a bad bearing causing the lock up.the fastest way to repair it is to replace gear box with good used one from a salvage yard.the reason I'm telling you this is because although your gear box might be repairable, it would have to be done by a professional and cost would be high.

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It is possible, you just have to know what gear ratio you have in your Sierra. I had issues with my son's rear differential and did the Salvage Yard and picked one up for $250.00 with less then 45,000 miles. Remember new cars end up at Salvage Yards also.

Here are the Pro code for the rear ends to your Sierra and you can match one up at a Salvage Yard.
GQ1 -- AXLE REAR, STD RATIO
GT4 -- AXLE REAR, 3.73 RATIO
GT5 -- AXLE REAR, 4.10 RATIO
GU4 -- AXLE REAR, 3.08 RATIO
GU5 -- AXLE REAR, 3.23 RATIO
GU6 -- AXLE REAR, 3.42 RATIO
G80 -- AXLE REAR, LIMITED SLIP (POSI TRACTION)

HC4 -- AXLE REAR, 4.56 RATIO

Open Your glove box and look inside it. Should be a list of codes on the bottom.
Example: GU6 G80 According to that, you'll have a 3.42 posi

Good luck and keep me posted and call around Salvage Yards, there prices will differ from one to the next salvage yard and don't ask them for a posi rear end. The cost will you more, just search all the SUV's and look at the pro codes in the glove box. Hunt, most awd system SUV will have the G80 rear end.

Good luck and keep me posted.

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Weird "bang" coming out under my chevrolet Suburban 1988


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