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Old 06-11-2013, 02:23 PM   #76
mdotmurphy
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Thanks for the writeup. I had to use a pitman puller to pop my ball joint. We tried a few, but it ended up being one that autozone sells (not a rental).

The job is a breeze if you have the right tool. Just make sure you line up that pin hole before you put the hub back together .
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Old 06-29-2013, 03:33 AM   #77
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Before I read this post I replace the drivers side front axle seal. to do this I removed retainer. The problem is, I didn't mark it or count how many turns it took to remove. I thought I was done, drove it to work and noticed it was leaking... bad. That's when I found this post. Now what do I do. rebuild? I looked up the pinion adjustment and the transaxle might need to be on its side to make the adjustment. Does anyone know if and how to check the backlash and pinion adjustment without removing the tranny? If I can get it to seal, how dangerous is it to just put in the retainer until it doesn't easily turn?
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