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Where is my fill nut to put new rear end fluid on my 91 f350 7.3 non turbo???

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Its a 1/2 pipe plug on the side of the housing near the top. use a 3/8 or 1/2 extension (I cannot remember which) inserted into the square hole in the plug. fill to the bottom of the hole. (when it starts to flow out, its full)

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I have a 2001 Focus which failed the NY state inspection because its leaking power steering fluid. The place I took it for inspection doesn't do this type of repair but the mechanic said "the line is...


Hello! You will need a flare nut wrench and a can of spray penetrating oil...Spray the nuts on both ends of the pressure line...Loosen with flare nut wrench...Remove end at pump...Use a catch pan...Gravity will assist...Put a plug in the end of the line to control spilling...Install new line...Change the in-line filter...Fill fluid to cold line then move the wheels from lock to lock several times to bleed the air...Job done! Filter cost $5...Cardone part #20FLT3....Pressure line Cost $95....AC Delco # 36365476...See pictures below...............Guru...............Saailer

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Oct 20, 2010 | 2001 Ford Focus

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How to replace a rear transmission seal


Hi Friend: My name is David i'll be Assissting you today.

#1) First get you a Drain Pan put underneath truck where the Tail Shaft is located you'll loose some fluid when you remove the Rear Transmission Seal.

#2) You might need to Jack up thr rear of your Truck to give you more work space.And Secure your Truck with good jack stands and Also Put some Wheel Chucks (Blocks in Front of your front Wheels to prevent it from rolling forward on you.

#3) Next you'll need to remove your Drive Shaft, There are Four (4) Nuts on the Rear of the Drive line where it connects to your Rear End on the Front Side of 3rd Member.

#4) The (4) Nuts are Hold 2-U-Clamps 2- Nuts per Clamp, Take off the 4 nuts Tap the drive line with a Plastic Mallet this will loosen up the U-Bolts Save all your Nuts ,you'll need them to put back on the U-Bolts to get Drive line back in and Tight.

#5) You might have to use a small pry bar to FREE Up the Drive line Universal Joints and push the Drive line Forward just enough to get Drive line away from the Rear End.NOTE: becareful not to let the 4-Universal Caps come off the Universal Joint.Take some Black Tape and Just Wrap it Around ALL 4-Of the Caps to hold in place until your ready to put back in.

#6) Now Pull back on the Whole Drive Line Slowly and it will Come out of the Rear of your transmission.Thats where your Rear Seal is Located.

#7) Get the Proper Tool to Remove the Rear Seal from the Tail housing, (Seal Remover) and remove it from the transmission.

#8) Now Using a Seal In-Staller You'll line your new seal up to the Tail of your Transmission.Evenly And Tap your New Seal in ,it must be Tapped all the way in until its flush with the Tail Housing.

#9) Now you just Reverse the Removal Instructions( take Off the Tape) and put your Drive line back in. Just put your truck in Neutral so you can get the Rear Cups to line back up in the rear end.

#10) Make Sure you are lined up now put your U-Bolts back in.
And the Nuts on and Tighten up good and Tight.

Don't forget to put back the Transmission Fluid Lost.and after Starting Check and Make sure your Transmission Fluid is up to the FULL line.

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Aug 21, 2010 | 2004 Chevrolet Silverado

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Removing a 91 accord lower control arm


are you talking rear control arm. it is almost impossible if it has rusted you will probably have to break it off and replace the two tie rods on the end. or get a pair of flat vice grips and put them between the ball and the nut and try to get nut off. i havn't had much success. usually you will have to replace the two short tie rod like ends.

Jan 24, 2010 | 1991 Honda Accord

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Losing power and getting sluggish


First check transmission fluid. If you have a lot of miles its a good idea to change fluid and filter. Also the fluid in rear end. Hope this helps and have a good day.

Jul 02, 2009 | 2000 Subaru Legacy

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Trying to find way to fill transmission fluid


To change the fluid in the transfer case you must go under neath the vehicle ,on the side of the transfer case you will see a nut on the side ...that's is where you fill it ...on the bottom or some times on the side you will see another nut to empty it ...I recommend putting transfer case oil synthetic ....if you ever go through a lot of water while 4 wheeling,i recommend changing the fluid in your transfer case as soon as you can ...also check your rear end to see if there is water in it....to resovle problem ...add a longer hose ,so it will not take on any water ,hope this was help full

May 12, 2009 | 1999 Suzuki Grand Vitara

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Rear end seal


drain the fluid, take the old seal off clean where the old seal was with some brake cleaner. replace seal with a new one or the gasket sealer in a tube spread evenly put cover back on fill back up with gear oil up to the hole in the rear end

Apr 29, 2009 | 1997 Dodge Ram

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How to change inner tie rod ends?


if fluid is flowing out the bellows, you need to replace the steering rack assembly. There is no fluid in the area of the inner tie rod. The seal is just before the tie rod.

Steering Gear
The power rack and pinion steering gear is serviced as a power steering short rack (3L547). The front wheel spindle tie rods (3280) and tie rod ends (3A130) are serviced individually. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  • The power rack and pinion steering gear incorporates quick connect fittings for the power steering pressure hose (3A719) and power steering return hose (3A713) that allow the lines to swivel. This is normal and does not indicate loose fittings.
  • If the fittings leak, check to make sure they are tightened to 14-20 Nm (10-14 lb-ft). Do not overtighten.
  • If the leak is not corrected, replace the fitting seals.
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Section 11-02: Steering System, Power 1997 Windstar Workshop Manual
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Tie Rod End Steering Gear Installed
Removal
  1. Remove and discard cotter pin and nut from worn tie rod end (3A130).
  1. Disconnect tie rod end from front wheel knuckle (3K185), using Tie Rod End Remover TOOL-3290-D or equivalent.
  1. Hold tie rod end with a wrench and loosen tie rod end jam nut.
  1. Note depth to which tie rod end was located by using the jam nut as a marker. Grip tie rod end with a pair of suitable pliers and remove tie rod end from front wheel spindle tie rod (3280).
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11-02: Steering System, Power 1997 Windstar Workshop Manual
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Steering Gear Removal
  1. Raise vehicle on a twin post hoist and remove wheel and tire assemblies. Refer to Section 00-02 .


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  1. Support vehicle with jackstands under front jack pads.
  1. Remove tie-rod end cotter pins and nuts and remove tie rod ends (3A130) from front wheel knuckle (3K185). Refer to Section 04-01 .
  1. Remove front stabilizer bar (5482). Refer to Section 04-01 .
  1. Disconnect heated oxygen and catalyst monitor sensors.
  1. Support flex pipe.
  1. Remove bolts and disconnect flex pipe from the converter.
  1. Raise dash opening steering column opening weather seal (3513) (secondary) above the steering gear housing (3548).
  1. Remove pinch bolt retaining steering column intermediate shaft coupling (3A525) to power steering gear input shaft and control (3D517) and disconnect the shaft.
  1. Remove nuts from steering gear-to-front subframe retaining bolts. Remove bolts.
  1. Remove rear subframe-to-body retaining bolts.
  1. Lower twin post hoist carefully until rear of subframe (5R003) separates from body, approximately four inches.
  1. Remove heat shield band and fold shield down.
  1. Rotate power rack and pinion steering gear to clear bolts from front subframe (5C145) and pull left to facilitate line fitting removal.
  1. Place a drain pan under vehicle and remove line fittings.
  1. Remove power rack and pinion steering gear through LH wheel well.
  1. Remove and discard the O-rings.
Installation
  1. Install new Teflon® O-rings on line fittings as outlined.
  1. Place steering gear retaining bolts in steering gear housing.
  1. Install power rack and pinion steering gear through LH wheel well.
  1. Install power steering line fittings to power rack and pinion steering gear.
  1. Position power rack and pinion steering gear into front subframe.
  1. Install ******** heat shield.
  1. Install tie-rod ends to front wheel knuckle. Install nuts and new cotter pins. Refer to Section 04-01 .
  1. Install LH front stabilizer bar. Refer to Section 04-01 .
  1. Install steering gear to subframe mounting nuts. Tighten to 115-135 Nm (85-99 lb-ft).
  1. Raise hoist until rear subframe contacts body.
  1. Install rear subframe to body retaining bolts. Tighten to 113-153 Nm (83-112 lb-ft).
  1. Install exhaust system flex tube to dual converter Y pipe (5F250) and remove flex tube support.
  1. Connect heated oxygen and catalyst monitor sensors.
  1. Install tire and wheel assemblies. Tighten lug nuts (1012) to 115-142 Nm (85-104 lb-ft).
  1. Using a new pinch bolt, install the steering column intermediate shaft coupling on the power steering gear input shaft and control and the lower steering column shaft. Tighten the pinch bolt to 34-46 Nm (25-33 lb-ft).
  1. Position steering column opening weather seal (secondary) over the steering gear housing. Tighten nuts to 4.5-6.3 Nm (40-55 lb-in).
  1. Remove jackstands and lower vehicle.
  1. Fill power steering oil reservoir (3A697) with Premium Power Steering Fluid E6AZ-19582-AA or equivalent meeting Ford specification ESW-M2C33-F. Refer to Section 11-00 .
  1. Check system for leaks and proper operation.

Apr 15, 2009 | 1997 Ford Windstar

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Spongie brakes


Gravity bleeding doesnt usually work real well.

Get a clear jar of some type, and a piece of 1/4 inch vacuum hose about 18 inches long. Put about 2 inches of new brake fluid in the container.

Start at the passenger rear wheel, losen the bleeder, slide the hose tightly over the open bleeder, the other end in the jar where you can see the hose end.
Fill master cylinder reservoir.

Pump brake no more than 4 times, watching the hose end in the jar for bubbles. After 4 pumps, check reservoir, refill. Pump 4 more times. Watch for bubbles. Check reservoir, pump 4 more times. If you see bubbles at any time, then keep going through the above steps until you stop seeing bubbles.

Go to rear wheel, tighten bleeder. Go to driver rear wheel, and do the same thing, although this time it won't take but 4-6 pumps to purge any air.

Go to passenger front, repeat.
Go to driver front, repeat.

Do not recycle any of the fluid.

Jan 28, 2009 | 1991 GMC C1500

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Add transmission fluid


On 91 vehicles there's a 17mm allen screw on the side towards the left front wheel. Open it add the oil there on a level surface and fill till oil reaches the hole and starts coming out. DO NOT FILL OIL FROM THE TOP where what seems to be a plug. It's actually the timing marks and houses the clutch. Put oil there and you'll need a new clutch.

Nov 01, 2008 | 1991 Volkswagen Jetta

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