Be careful not to damage the bearing and seal. My F-150 truck has this water leak coming from the back of the engine, spraying onto the firewall then down. Click here' and select the option for Solved and save. Just trying to see if this is gonna be a ongoing problem or a one time mistake. They will need to be replaced before installation. I heard about lubrication on the differential, could I need to do that? At that point it pops on. May 05, 2013 I assume you are talking about the rear differential.
The brake shoes was replaced at that time. You can use a socket and hammer to install the new bearing and seal. My idea is basically to build a snorkel out of a piece of rubber hose. Each of these seals will most likely fail at some point in the life of a Ford vehicle, but replacing either or both is not hard. I can not see where it connects on the other end. When I park it overnight no oil spot is left.
My coolant is real rusty color? Note all returns and cancellations require a prior authorization. We allow links, pictures, video, or audio file to help diagnose your problem. If a leak is detected, the gear oil should be checked. If they do you will need to realign everything to reinstall the lock shaft. So yes, your tip is helpful by applying silicon to the pinion threads but its a crap shoot whether its a permanent fix or not. The more local you shop, the more you save off the shipping cost. Just recently experienced this weird issue.
F150s that are equipped with four-wheel drive also have a front differential that is very similar to the rear. The extended breather tube is about 20 inches longer than the original and the catch can is doing the job. Fill the rear end with new gear oil of the proper type. Ford calls for a synthetic gear oil to be used in the rear differential on most later model F150s. It typically takes us approximately 3-5 business days to process a credit back to your account and 2-3 business days for the credit to appear on your account. Thermosthat is checked, it seems to work. If you are making a Second Opinion post, then please do not name the shops specifically.
It typically takes us approximately 3-5 business days to process a credit back to your account and 2-3 business days for the credit to appear on your account. Your differential could be damaged by using the wrong type or viscosity of gear oil. So I am suggesting that the leaking Pinion seal was caused by something and the seal was a casualty of an undetermined cause. Fill the differential with the specified gear lubricant and differential additive until you can just touch it when inserting your finger into the fill hole. It wont void any warranty on the rear end parts, but it will for leaks on the cover, lol. Then gravity will return it to the axle.
This is the 00' F150. You may need to visit your local Ford parts dealer to purchase certain synthetic gear lubricants and the additive. It wont void any warranty on the rear end parts, but it will for leaks on the cover, lol. Please report bad advice to the mod team. I really think it's in the dif, and I'm hoping the banging noise I hear when I hit bumps is the same problem as the noise when the wheels go around. When done, reinsert the fill plug.
I've read some threads about them leaking, but they have been earlier year models. Thankyou for all your help. Claims on engine warranties are limited to manufacturer defects in the pistons, heads, block, crankshafts, rockers, and oil pumps. Which is making no sense to me. The fluid is going somewhere. If the system seems to work intermittently, it's a good indication that the door is broken and rattling around randomly blocking or opening the passage to the core. As for now it's still under warranty so taking it to the dealer.
It first started out with the brakes locking up when it was damp out, they could not find a problem at that time. Which years have the same rear ends so I can scour the junk yards for a replacement? I am losing some anti freeze from the reservoirs, where should i look for the leak? This should be roughly two to two and one half quarts. I have also read on line that this repair was performed and the problem persists. Disclaimer: -Some of our units used engine, transmission, axle, etc. This isn't ever supposed to pop on the Check Engine light. It looks like the front cover mount makes it difficult.
We are also happy to advise on how you can save money at the shop. This door controls the air flow through the heater core and failure is common on Ford trucks. Thanks, js Hello, thank you all for your responses. Remember the golden rule: If you have nothing nice to say, don't say anything at all. When I was diagnosing my truck I realized that the noise is coming from the rear axle. I'm sure the vent is there to allow moisture in the air to escape when the oil gets hot, and prevents condensation from building and running down the interior walls.