to replace rear seal, u need to first drain engine oil. next u need to lift engine enough to be able to remove oil pan. then u need to loosen all the crankshaft cap bolts. loosen enough to be able to slide new seal between rear of crank and engine block. making sure to get it in the correct position. then retighten cap bolts to proper torque in the correct sequence. then install bottom half of rear seal to bottom side of cracnk shaft reintall oil pan with new gasket and to correct torque replace oil to proper amount .u should be good to go if you are not very mechanical, buy LUCAS engine oil additive and add to oil. if leak in seal is not a bad one, the additive will swell the old seals and stop the leak is also a lot easier than pulling bottom apart if you dont know what you are doing
Buy an aftermarket of OEM Ford manual.
Remove transmission and replace the rear main seal
On a 1995 Ford Bronco : The rear gears are INSIDE the rear differential ( pumpkin ) located in the middle between the 2 rear wheels
Sure, turn it sideways and push it in the back hatch
Speed sensor is on the rear differential.
6.5 front - 6x8 rear
Yes this is a one piece for the 96 bronco
The slip yoke on the Ford Bronco is located on the rear axle rather than on the transfer case. This is the portion of the axle that allows it to flex.
5x7 in the rear 6inch in the front
rear wheel drive / or 4 wheel drive capable