2000 Jeep Cherokee "rear end pinion seal replacement" Questions

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...rear end. 13. If a tow hitch is attached, check that for proper attachment. 14.Fuel tank loose, or fuel pump inside tank loose. 15. Spare tire loose, or junk in the spare tire carrier hole. 16. Loose ...

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you change the rear pinion seal You'll need to remove the yoke from the rear end, you can use a seal removal tool, to remove the seal. Make sure you properly torque the nut down that holds the yoke on

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...rear end you could do a lot of damage and it could cost you more money.There are also certain tools that you will need.I have seen people ruin rear ends just replacing the pinion seal.Which is a ...

...but you have to torque the pinion nut to the specified setting. As long as you are not removing the pinion gear you do not need to worry about setting the rear end up or worry about the crush

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...Rear End Problem Had Pinion seal replace and universals. After 400 miles has bearing sound in rear. Took it in and it was found that pinion nut was too tight. Shop replaced pinion bearings, spider ...

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...rear end) ,pop out the old seal and drive in the new seal, then reinstall the yoke and torque down the nut and reinstall the drive shaft. fluid loss while replacing the seal should be minimal but if ...

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...rear end and i am leakin fluid around the pinion seal and it is new do i have to put silicone around the splines to seal it If the pinion is not tight enough,and the pinion moves up,and down and side ...

rear axle shaft o-ring (4A332) on the spline end of the shaft and install if not present. CAUTION: Care must be taken not to let axle shaft splines damage oil seal or bearing assembly. Carefully slide

...rear end pinion shaft, mark it,now loosen the nut counting the turns so you can put nut back to exact amount of turns, then use a chisel and hammer to remove old seal, clean area good and install new ...

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rear end noise and seizing now i had a rear wheel seal leaking i replaced it when axle was out rear differential was removed also as the lock bolt broke off now after new seal and lock bolt and ...

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