Question about 1998 Chevrolet Blazer
Jack rear end pull wheels & tires brake drums or rotors put truck in neutral pull cover turn drv shaft till you see a 5/16 bolt head or 8mm on right hand side pull bolt out a pin should fall out if not get a hammer & hitt diff in axle once or twice (not the gear the case that gear is attached) remove fallen out pin, push axle shafts in remove a horse shoe retainer from both sides, now pull both axle shafts out, remove the four bolts with caps (warning don't mix caps up) get big pry bar pop diff case out..go to auto zone web sight the have basic help manuals
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