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I have 2000 grand marquis and the rearend shaft that connects to driveshaft is very loose, making a terrible roaring. How do i remove this shaft to replace it?

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When you take off the drive shaft, I believe you will reveal the large nut that hold the tail piece on. It has a cotter pin. Remove the nut, and it will slide right out. Then you need a special puller that has fingers that press out ward, hook the bushing, and then extract it. But this could also be an actual bearing I suppose. After tapping the new one in, put in a new seal, and top up the gear oil that you lost when the old seal went out.

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Did you go on a road test --you driving
& a mechanic along for a ride & then switch

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I was given an solution by emissionwiz from the fixya site.

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