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Does anyone have some pics or a description on how to change the pinion seal on the front diff and the rear seal on the transfer case???? they are both leaking and i wanna change them myself. Any input would be great!
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I know there is a thread on it somewhere on here, Its' simple, take the driveshaft off of the pinion on the front diff. Take off the large nut holding the Yoke on. Pull Yoke off. Get old seal out, put new seal in, put yoke on, torque to specs. Put driveshaft back on. Same with rear, About as easy as it gets.
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thats the rear tho... any difference?

oh lol what are the specs??? i dont have a toruqe wrench... so what about the transfer case?? lol
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Hmm... I'm starting to think I need to do the same on my front diff. I changed my oil over the weekend and noticed the outside of the diff had oil all over it.
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Anybody have any more info on the front though? I'm not the only one interested LOL
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hey this is MY thread lol Make your own!!! jk
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LOL I'm just tryin to help you and other people out! Haha
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yeah... the front is easy... but im just trying to figure out what to do with the back of the transfer case
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I told you, it's the same as the front axle, you take off the driveshaft, the big nut, pull the yoke, replace the seal, follow the how to you'll be fine, once you do it, you'll feel good about it. Don't forget to top off the diff fluid when your done, you remove the fill plug and fill it until the fluid is level with the hole, put plug in, check for leaks, done.
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no not the rear diff. the seal at the back of the transfer case where the rear driveshaft goes in... idk what the case seal is like.
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It's the same, follow procedure for both, It's just in a different spot. How to change Transfer Case rear output seal - Ford Explorer Ranger Enthusiasts "Serious Explorations" Read that
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ah thanks man...
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