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I need the schematic for a rear differential on a 1991 Ford f350 the drive shaft is very loose where it goes into the differential and hubby needs to see what he has to replace 1FTHF36M6MNA41660 is the serial number to tell you which differential THANKS for any reply

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HI!!
Here are some diagrams for the 3 different drive shaft axles that came with this truck. Click on the following link for step by step instructions and pictures on removal and installation of the drive shaft. http://www.autozone.com/autozone/repairinfo/repairguide/repairGuideContent.jsp?pageId=0996b43f8038ead8
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SLIP YOKE DRIVE SHAFT I need the schematic for - 7e10b35.gif
SLIP YOKE TWO-PIECE DRIVE SHAFT 7dbeb20.gif
FIXED YOKE TWO-PIECE DRIVE SHAFT c9f7f4c.gif

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  • chasincows Sep 30, 2010

    You are real close but we need the diagram where the drive shaft goes into the rear differential ...it is a 410 gear ratio Van **** if that helps. Thank you so much for posting the pictures as that is also what we need. Is it possible to get pics of the rear differential??

    Thanks Again DEDE

  • Rene J Solis Sep 30, 2010

    If it is a Van, it is an E350. No problem give me a few to find your info

  • chasincows Sep 30, 2010

    NOT a Van don't know why they wont let you see VANDYKE type of rear differential on F350 it is a pick up truck!!! HA

  • chasincows Sep 30, 2010

    Tryingagain V-A-N D-Y-K-E is type or manufacturer of rear end THANKS AGAIN

  • Rene J Solis Sep 30, 2010

    Click on this link, once there, scroll down or select from the left menu where it says Select Chapter the specific section you need. In case you don't find what you need, post a comment and I'll help you find it. Keep me posted!!

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  • chasincows Sep 30, 2010

    I tried but it keeps sending me to membership place cause I am not a member???

  • Rene J Solis Sep 30, 2010

    that usually happens when you cut and paste the link, if you double click, it should take you to the site.

  • chasincows Sep 30, 2010

    I did click on it so now I am a member and trying this way....Gonna get it come H--L or High Water....and today in VA the high water is a problem Thanks I think I can get into Autozone now will keep trying!!
    You are very helpful to a newby and should have many stars beside your name (ebay referance!! ) HA!

  • Rene J Solis Sep 30, 2010

    Thank you, let me now if you need assistance later on. Thank you for using FixYa. Rate this post!!

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If he does not know what parts are in there then he is not qualified to replace then. Diffs are simple as far as numbers of parts go. It will take special tools and knowledge to get it set up properly. this not an unbolt and bolt up new parts deal.

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