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Do it your self manual for replace rear differental gasket

I am trying to get a do it your self maunl print out to replace a rear gasket on my 1992 k 1500 chevy truck it the rear differrental gasket can you tell me where to go to find something of the sort on the web

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I hear a bang when i take my foot off gas coming to atop and also hear a bang when i give it gas this happens like 75%of the time


problem most likely not in the diff but in the diff mounting and suspension points
a noise on acceleration or deceleration indicates that the diff housing is free to react to the load being applied and that is mounting bushes , broken mounting plates or other suspension problems
consider this to see if it fits
when you accelerate the reaction of the diff is to roll upwards as the wheels have traction but when under brakes ( deceleration ) the diff rolls forward
hence the bangs in both directions
suggest that you change mechanics and take it to a specialist shop that deals in your make of vehicle for a proper under body inspection of mounts , rubbers, pins and chassis mounting points
another issue her and that si the engine reacts the same way so check engine mounts and reaction rod bushes

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Fluid dripping from under rear end diferential


in the center its your differental cover gasket, if its at the sides, its probably a leaking wheel cylinder (brakes component) or rarely a leaking axel seal.

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I have a 1992 Maxima SE with 193,000 miles. The car runs great and is very reliable. However, I have a consistent leak,which I am informed is where the engine connects to the transmission. Can anyone...


Rear main seals and front transmission seals will run $400.00 to $500.00. The engine or transmission has to come out of the car.If you have this done you should also have the pan gasket replaced. about $30.00 extra. If it's the transmission seals have both the rear main and pan gasket replaced. And vise versa.

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1992 Ford Crown Victoria Oil Pan is leaking. Is this a major problem to replace? Fred


It is recommended that you lift out the engine before attempting to replace the oil pan. Once the engine is lifted you can remove the bolts, remove the pan, clean all the old gasket material.
Installation: Remove the rear main bearing cap oil seal Remove the timing cover oil seal Clean all the mating surfaces and seal grooves Install new oil pan front cover seals Install a new rear main bearing cap oil seal Install new oil pan side gaskets on the block Make sure the tabs of the front and rear seal fit properly as these are critical spots Attach the oil pan to the engine block and install the retaining bolts

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What is involved in a 4 wheel drive service?


changing oil in front differental transfercase and rear differental most servive shops combine all 3 and call it a 4 wheel drive service which is good cause it saves you some money

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MAKE FUNNY AND LOUD NOISE IN THE REAR,I JUST REPLACE THE REAR SHOCKS AND I STILL HAVE THIS UNSUAL SOUND COMING FROM THE REAR


If its rear wheel drive, your differental may be low of gear oil. There should be a fill plug, park it on level ground, unscrew it and gear oil should be coming out, if not, its low on gear oil.

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Swap 84 chev. van rear end instructions


FIRST THING IS GET IT UP AND TAKE THE COVER OFF THE REAR END PULL TIRE AND BRAKE DRUMS NOW TAKE THE SMALL BOLT OUT OF THE CARRIER AND REMOVE THE LARGE PIN NOW PUSH THE AXLE IN AND THE C CLIP WILL COME OFF PULL THE AXLES OUT AND UNBOLT THE BACKING PLATES AND TIE THEM UP DO NOT TAKE OFF THE BRAKE LINES THIS WAY YOU DONT HAVE TO BLEED BRAKES OR CHANGE ANYTHING OVER TO THE NEW DIFFERENTAL TAKE THE BRAKE LINES OFF THE CLIPS THEY JUST BEND OVER AND OULL DRIVESHAFT AND U BOLT AND LOWER IT OUT TAKE YOUR NEW DIFFERENTAL AND PULL THE COVER AND REMOVE THE AXLES BEST TO INSTALL NEW SEAL AT THIS TIME CHECK AXLES FOR ANT PITTING WERE THE BEARING RIDES IF YOU SEE ANY REPLACE AXLE AND BEARING ( THE AXLE IS THE RACE OF THE BEARING) PUT IT UP BOLT IT DOWN INSTALL BACKING PLATE AND AXLES NEW COVER GASKET OR SEALER MAKE SUR ITS CLEAN AND DRY WITH SEALER AND FILL IT UP WITH GEAR LUBE YOUR DONE

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What type of oil for transmision(manual) transfercase,front and rear differentals


Gearbox (manual) 75W90
Transfer box 75W90
Front and rear axles SAE90
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Speedometer does not regiser until 20 mph and will not register above 50.


the best thing to do is to replace the speed sensor. you'll find it on top of the rear differental with 2 wires coming out of it. most likley its sticking. really the only other thing it could be is the gage itself witch will come as a complete unit.

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