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How do I replace the seal on the front differentail of a 2003 tundra

First you must mark the position of the big nut with a small chisel so you can get it back the same as it now is. Count the number of threads showing beyond the face of the nut. Remove driveshaft and lock the yoke in place using a big pipe wrench or something similar with a pipe over the end wedged against the ground or truck frame. Use an air gun if possible to loosen the nut. A breaker bar and cheater pipe may also be used. Remove yoke with drain pan underneath to catch fluid. Carefully pry old seal out (there are special tools made for this, but a big screwdriver will work if you are careful not to damage the area the seal rides in. Put some gear oil or grease inside the lip of the new seal and install it using a seal driver or big socket being carefull not to damage seal. Clean yoke and reinstall. Put some RTVunder big washer to prevent leaks and reinstall nut. Tighten it untill same # of threads show as when begun and marks you made with chisel line up. Top up fluid lost, reinstall driveshaft and done. One other thing, I usually mark the driveshaft and yoke to put them back as they were lined up.

Feb 13, 2015 | 2003 Toyota Tundra

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Aviator has grinding noise on passenger side and pulling right side

Upper ball joints are NOT serviced seperatly you have to replace the upper control arm and you probably need to replace the brake pads and rotors at this time also plus the calipers by now.

Jan 18, 2014 | 2003 Lincoln Aviator

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Temp gauge keeps rising like its going to run hot. No heat just cold air......had radiator flushed about a month ago

No heat is meaning the coolant isn't circulating, so it could be a few things.
  1. Thermostat stuck closed (Most Likely)
  2. Water Pump leaking
  3. Clogged Heater Core
  4. Intake Gasket Leaking Internal or External
  5. Head Gasket/Gaskets leaking external .. If its internal there would be big piles of white milky smoke

Feb 03, 2012 | Pontiac Grand Prix Cars & Trucks

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2006 F-150 blowing #33 fuse 4.2 motor

This fuse is for a few things, but the big one that stands out to me is the Heated O2 sensors.

Start by checking the HO2S wiring from the sensor up into the engine compartment. This is a SWAG, but I am thinking the wiring is rubbing against the exhaust system, causing a short to ground.

the other items of EGR, PVC, Camshaft position sensor, and MAFS / IAT could be the issue, but would be way down the list in my opinion.

Jul 06, 2011 | 2006 Ford F-150

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I don't know where the brake fluid resevoir is on my 1998 chevy prizm. got newbrakes a few months ago. should the mechanic have checked fluid? sorry, no manuel, second-hand car. thanks for help

yes he would have checked it and renewed the fluid no doubt ,look under bonnet and by drivers side on firewall is a big round thing with a pipe going to it ,on the end of this is a brake master cylinder with a resevoir on top of it

Dec 29, 2010 | Chevrolet Prizm Cars & Trucks

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Where is the master cylinder to add brake fluid ?

If you open your hood and stand directly in front of the steering wheel and look at the wall separating the drivers cabin from the engine compartment you should see a big round metal pan looking thing(that would be your booster) coming straight off of that,( pointing at you) as you stand in front of the vehicle looking straight ahead at the driver's side, will be your master cylinder. You should be able to remove the top of that container and then add your fluid to the proper level. The mark on the side of the container will tell you were to fill to. Hope that was helpful and I hope you get it taken care of with no problems, just be careful not to over fill.

Aug 23, 2010 | 2001 Ford Windstar

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I have a 1998 Lincoln Mark 8. For a few months

you have a air leak in the system. could be just a O-ring or maybe a hole in one of the air bags.

Nov 16, 2009 | 1998 Lincoln Mark VIII

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Once in a while car dies while trying to start

Several things. Take the car to Autozone or Oreillys for a free scan. Before you go, check the starter and starter cables under the car. Have them check starter draw. Have them check the battery and alternator.

It sounds like the alternator is not quite filtering out the electric pulses it creates when working. The starter can ground out but usually not after you are moving.

If the gauges do not indicate anything, do a wiggle test to see if you can find the short.

Nov 01, 2009 | 1995 Ford Mustang

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Won't start at times or starts and shuts off immediately

have you chk.fuel pump relay? how about crank sensor? and yes chk. the ground, on today cars and trucks grounds are a big big thing.

Jan 14, 2009 | 2000 GMC Sierra

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I have a 2008 Nissan Versa, 8 months - 15 K miles - while brakes are making noise like wear mark is past away and AC radiator is leaking - dealer told it due to an impact, while there are few recesses from...

No, and No. Brake wear depends on how you drive and how much cargo/weight you carry in the vehicle. If the brakes are worn, then it is what it is. The A/C condensor is sitting in the front of the vehicle where it can get maximum air flow, like all cars, which makes it vunerable. If a rock or big bug hits it in just the right spot it can puncture the condensor. This can happen on any vehicle.

Nov 26, 2008 | Nissan Versa Cars & Trucks

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