I'm not positive, but you might take a look at the threads protruding from the nut to see if it is reverse threaded. I know a lot of pinion gears have a reverse thread on them. This would mean you would turn your wrench clockwise to loosen the nut. If you can't see the thread, check with your parts supplier to see if it is a reverse thread.
remove the 4 8mm bolts holding ujoint to rear yoke. jimmy shaft off yoke. wrap the ujoint in tape to keep the caps on while you work, remove nut off rear yoke, pull rear yoke out of differential. take pry bar or claw hammer and pry seal out of diff. replace with new seal by tapping carefully in with a hammer or large socket to avoid denting.. repeat in reverse Do you have a diagram to show how to replace the rear pinion seal on a 1994 jeep grand cherokee? Do you need a special tool that bolts to the adapter plate to hold the yoke from turning?
With a long breaker bar and a holding tool.
Mark driveshaft, transmission splines, and differential yoke. So that installation will maintain factory balance remove and discard small "u" bolts from differential yoke pry driveshaft out of differential yoke pull drivshaft out of transmission spline shaft bring driveshaft to machine shop to have old universal joints pressed out of shaft and new ones installed or use vise and sockets to drive "U" joints out of driveshaft re-install driveshaft in same position as removed using new "U" bolts
The only seals on the driveshaft itself would be on the slip yoke. You're probably thinking of the pinion seal, which is at the front of the differential, behind the input yoke to the differential.
Use a crayon or piece of chalk and draw a line on the rear yoke in the differential and on the driveshaft. Do this on the front end of the driveshaft/trany/transfercase also. This is so the driveshaft goes back into the same position you took it from (otherwise you may get a vibration). Undo the 4 bolts on the rear axel yoke. Pry out universal from the yoke. Pull the driveshaft out of the back of the trany/transfer case. You may loose fluid from the trany/transfer case rear seal so check it when you reinstall it
You'll more than likely need to pop the axles out, remove the drive shaft. Remove the nut on the rear yoke and remove the rear yoke (puller). Than you can remove the rear differential by unbolting it behind the cover. this is very dellicate if you dont know what your doing dont do it, this is one of those things to take to a shop cause you can more damage trying to fix it
You need to jack up the car, remove the a rear axle carrier and the yoke drive shaft. After that remove, repeat the reverse process to change the hub.
The entire driveshaft and stub shaft must be disconnected from between the differential and the transmission. After removal, make match marks on all parts to ensure correct re assembly. Dis-assemble the driveshaft until you are able to remove the yoke that the center support bearing is attached to. Press the yoke out of the bearing and then back into the new bearing.
Mark driveshaft, splinced shaft at front of shaft, and rear yoke to ensure that it is replaced at the same position to maintain factory balance Remove and discard small "u" bolts at the differential yoke Pry driveshaft out of yoke and up onto to splines at rear of transmission Drop driveshaft Pull driveshaft off of splined end of transmission Use new "u" bolts on installation
The pinion seal is shot. A mechanic can replace the seal and check for problems.
First make drive shaft and yoke to insure tat they are replaced in the same location to maintain factory balance Remove small "U" bolts at yoke Pry drive shaft out of yoke Pull driveshaft off splined end
Mark driveshaft and yoke to install in same location to maintain factory balance Remove 2 small "U" bolts from rear end yoke Pry driveshaft out of yoke Slide off spline from transmission not all drive shafts are one piece. How you remove the center support bearing(carrier bearing) from the forward drive shaft?
Mark driveshaft, yoke, and transmission tailpiece so driveshaft will be re-installed in same location to maintain factory balance Remove and discard small "U" bolts at differential yoke Pry driveshaft out of yoke and up on to transmission tailpiece Pull driveshaft off of transmission Easiest to bring driveshaft to auto parts/machine shop to have new "u" joint pressed into driveshaft Replace in reverse order using new "u" bolts
on the drivers side of your truck right behind the front tire the front drive shaft attaches to the front differential yoke. There is 4 small torx head screws (bolts) holding the drive shaft to the yoke. Remove these 4 bolts and take out the u bolts that hold on the U-joint put a large screwdriver or something between the u-joint and pry and it should pop loose. There is very little space but the drive shaft has to go out forward under the front differential and the yoke going into the Transfer case may need a little help coming out. Again the large screwdriver may help if it doesn't slip right out. Putting it back is the exact reverse. If your gonna leave it out and drive it cover the hole into the transfer case to avoid dirt and debris clogging it up and making putting the yoke back in a real pain. Good luck.
Remove driveshaft,remove pinion nut that holds the driveshaft yoke on. Then remove the yoke and the seal will be behind the yoke.To pull the seal you need a seal puller or you could use a couple of screwdrivers to pry it out of the axle housing. Install seal & asm in reverse order.
If doesn't have the rubber plug in the back cover it will have a threaded metal plug on the passenger side of the carrier housing near the pinion yoke. It takes a 3/8" square male drive to remove it.
After removing the pinion nut, a 2 jaw puller should do the trick.
Mark driveshaft and yoke to re-isntall in same location to maintain factory balance Loosen and remove small "U" clamps at yoke end of driveshaft Pry driveshaft out of yoke Pull off of splined end
The white of an egg is everything but the yoke (obviously minus the shell). When hardboiling an egg you would remove the yoke and have just the white part left. When a recipe calls for "egg whites" you would need to spoon out the yoke (the yellow part) and use just the clear liquid.
Mark driveshaft yoke and splined area from transfer case - so that it will be installed in the same position to maintain factory balance Remove and discard small "U" bolts from yoke (Replace with new at installation) Pry driveshaft out of yoke and forward onto splines at transfer case Drop driveshaft and pull off splines
the driveshaft has a collapsable joint....simply pull on the yoke and it will move to fit the diff
Yolk is the homophone of yoke.
white and yoke. cooked to be white and uncooked and stired will be yoke
Mark driveshaft, yoke and splines so they are replaced at the same position to maintain factory balance. Remove small "u" bolts at yoke Pry driveshaft out of yoke and onto splines Drop driveshaft and slide off splines