How to Replace the Rear Axle Seal on a 2000 Ford Expedition?

Answer The 2000 Ford Expedition was equipped with the 9.75 inch Ford rear axle. The axles are retained with C-clips inside the differential case. Oil seals are located at the end of each axle tube. A bad ... Read More »

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How to Replace the Rear Axle Wheel Bearings in a 1999 Ford Expedition?

The 1999 Ford Expedition is built on an F150 platform. The Expedition uses a 9.75-inch rear axle. The axles are retained with C-clips at the end of the axle shaft, inside the differential carrier. ... Read More »

How to Check the Rear Axle Grease in the 1998 Ford Expedition?

The rear axle of the 1998 Ford Expedition is greased by synthetic gear oil internal to the differential housing. The differential housing contains 5.8 qt. of synthetic 75w140 GL5-rated gear oil to... Read More »

How to Install the Axle Seal in a 2000 Ford F-250?

The rear axle on a 2000 Ford F-250 uses an axle seal mounted on the axle shaft. This O-ring stops the fluid held in the axle assembly from leaking out of the axle, which would cause the rear end ge... Read More »

How to Replace a Rear Axle Seal on a Toyota Tacoma?

The function of the rear axle shaft seal is to hold the axle assembly firmly to the axle housing. If the seal is damaged, you may see oil leaking from the connection point at the axle and axle hous... Read More »