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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.

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

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#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.

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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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