Question about Plymouth Scamp
First make sure that its not the wheel cylinder's causing the leak as well okay? if so, replace. thats pretty straight forward. If it is for sure the axle seals, then you will need to remove the brake drums. take off the differential cover. there should be like 13 bolts, empty out the fluid. Rotate the differential carrier unti you can see a small bolt. remove the bolt and take out the axle pin. Once the axle pin is out, then push ONE axle in until u hear something drop. this is a c clip that drops inside housing usually will land at the bottom in the remaining oil. pick out clip. keep off to the side as u will need to reinstall this clip later. then once clip is out pull axle out of tube, and set aside. there are multiple ways to remove the seal itself. you can use a seal puller, screw driver, pry bar, or the axle itself. Becareful not to scratch the bore where the seal goes or else IT WILL LEAK. then just do the same for the other side. pay attention for the bearings and not to nick them either, or else they will need to be replaced as well and that's much more of a pain in te ***, lol..good luck!
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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