Proceeded to bring to the dealer, to have all fluids changed and a complete inspection of the vehicle. Position the cover on the housing with two bolts. Quickly pull over to the side, stop. The reality is that most 4x4's are actually only 2 wheel drive. The rear differential fluid goes directly into the rear differential. Crawl under the truck and look for the serial or model written on the rear end or axle housing.
I have attached pics of the fluids. Once the bracket is removed the rotors should slide right off the studs. Cover the exposed differential gears. The diagram may also be different depending on the year the vehicle was made. However, many others prefer to clean the inside of the housing thoroughly, including the magnet that collects gear shavings before refilling the housing with fluid. I did that a few months ago and a printout arrived the next day with all the build details that I will ever need to know.
Until you can … get yourself an owner's manual do this. With tire removed you will need to unbolt the caliper which is held on by two bolts caliper bolts. Jack one wheel off the ground with a floor jack under the axle and see if u can take off slowly in two wheel high don't lock in the front - hold on I'm going to go try that right now. It had only been driven 4K miles since changing the fluid 3 weeks earlier. Quickly pull over to the side, stop. This article applies to the Dodge Ram 2002-2008.
After that I am going to look for a new truck. The parts department at your local Dodge dealer may be another possible source of information. The gasket sealer was orange. Cleaned and painted differential cover. I don't know how the new rear end did.
Mo- par limited slip additive or equivalent. Pry up and remove magnet from the housing bottom. Parts fit for the following vehicle options. That is just stupid for somone who loves wheelin. That will save you a lot of money and it is still like new. Dri … ve shaft turns 3.
A second way is to look for a metal tag that should be held under one of the bolts holding the rear diff plate on. It can be from 7. One benefit being the improved traction. They were not calling to report updates, such as unavailable parts and delays. He checked out the brakes and said he would look at other stuff. Replacing the fluid can be a bit tricky. My question is how do I know if it is Limited slip or not.
Secure the caliper with a hanger to the frame not the rubb … er lines, be careful the pads may come loose. The oil looked like silver in color and too thick, worst than condensed milk. But before we get to this actual job, there are a few more things we need to clear up. It is pretty easy and faster. Dealer told me of Rear Differential Issues, the clips dropped , had replaced at a cost of about 2000, Now on August 16th 2010, driving on a highway about 6 miles from home.
This article applies to the Dodge Ram 2002-2008. We got the truck back the day before our departure. That will give you all kinds of details about your truck. My friend told me looks like anti-seize was used to quiet it down. Going to change the fluid in the rear differential. They only have a single filler hole sealed with a rubber plug. Transmission: 4-Speed Automatic Transmission, 5-Speed Manual Transmission, Multi-Speed Automatic Transmission.
I was so hot I literally drove to the Chevy dealer we buy our work trucks from and traded it in that day. Drain the oil and change the filters. I actually have 171,000 miles on my truck, but … from the research I've already done, they have been known to go out as early as 70,000. It is usually created by using a computer program. By the time you get you … rself, your tools, and your bottle of fluid under the truck it can be a challenge to the fluid in the differential. Parts like Axle Housing, Rear, With Differential Parts are shipped directly from authorized Mopar dealers and backed by the manufacturer's warranty. Bought this truck used with 61K miles, a little over 62000, I was changing differential oil, I've found the retaining clips on the bottom towards the back and found one up front.