Question about GMC S-15
Pull the rear wheels,take off the diff cover,remove the 5/16 pin that holds the big pin,pull the big pin ,push in on the axles,remove the 2 c clips that are on the axles and slide the axles out.If the axle shaft is worn by the bearing,an axle -saver bearing is available. If the axle is ok just pull the seal ,drive the new one in and re-assemble.
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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