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To change a vehicle’s rear differential fluid, jack the vehicle up, remove the differential’s drain plug, pump out the spent differential fluid, use a funnel to add new differential fluid, replace the drain plug, and low... More »

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The most common rear differential repairs are replacing worn bearings around the carrier and pinion, changing the differential fluid and failure of spider gears or positive traction devices. A fully functioning different... More »

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The most common rear differential for Chevrolet half-ton trucks, the GM 8.5 inch, appear almost perfectly round when looking at the differential cover, with 10 differential cover bolts. The differential used in a Chevrol... More »

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Replacing a vehicle's antifreeze involves draining the old fluid using the drain valve at the bottom of the radiator and replacing it with new antifreeze. The antifreeze mixture should be 50 percent coolant and 50 percen... More »

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Change the hydraulic oil of a log splitter by placing the splitter on blocks, draining the pre-existing oil into a container, replacing the drain plug and pouring the new oil into the filling hole through a funnel. Six q... More »

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