maybe. it's stuck on the flange where the bolt head is, and hammering on the bolt from the nut side doesn't budge it.
I GOT THE PAN OUT!!!
my solution: pull a bunch of the bolts holding the diff in, including dropping the passenger side cradle, that allowed me to shove it into a...
oh great and powerful wizard @tommudd how in all that is unholy am I supposed to get the oil pan out, without disasembling the whole front end? I've seen various videos of people just sliding the pan out, most of those have been 2WD vehicles though. one guy fished the pan out past the front...
BTW... MY BAD
it wasn't 1 3/4, it was 1.34. :D
I looked up the specs before I got started and it's listed as 1.31qt. So I dumped in a full quart bottle, then put another 12 oz I think. it was just barely starting to ooze out of the hole once that worked its way down into the diff.
any recommendation for a rear diff cover replacement? one with a fill and drain plug? or should I just not be a whiner and deal with the stocker. :D
I'm going to bet someone *koff* @tommudd *koff* says it's better removing the cover so you can inspect the gears or something like that. short of...
Gracias. I'll put an order in the RockAuto for that soon as I get home and have lunch. I'm going to proceed with getting all the other fluids changed out at least though. Might as well finish that project off
guess who needs a new oil pan it looks like.
it's always been a bit cruddy, but parked in the garage overnight, it left a pee mark.
i'm finding weeping about half way up the front curve.
can I get away with the SKP "branded" one on rock auto? or is there a specific brand that's...
which radio? pics? how you like it?
I did that once a while back, but the unit broke so I reverted back to stock. I still have designs of installing a trifecta of rear cameras for use when towing, tied into the radio for display, but other things have come up since then.