Question about 1994 Toyota Pickup
Yes theres a seal from the axle shaft, but theres a also your brake cylinders. to find that you need to remove the tire and check the brakes or check the brake fluid reservoir for low fluid. either way you need to remove the tire. if its your axle seal then the pin theres pins on the actual differential to remove the axle shaft. a little more complicated. check the axle shaft to wear from the seal and bearings. also check the diffrential for a good level or you will loose the diffrential if you keep on running it. the level check is on a plug like half way that ususally removed by hand or a ratchet then stick your finger and if you dont feel it put oil on,. the proper oil level is when you can feel the oil with out sticking in a rod or stick in there. hope this helps
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
The difference in smell and thickness between the 2 liquids is very obvious.
Brake fluid is very thin
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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