Then push the tabs in on the side toward the front, make sure to push … them on both sides. This forum is meant only for members who wish to post the specific steps to complete a project or modification of some sort. If you are going to pull more than this on a regular basis, you will greatly shorten the life of the truck. Take a screwdriver and put it between the ball and sleeve of where the cable hooks to the lever on the driver's side. It was a fun trip and it gave me no worries along the way. This reccomendation is only a guidline. I don't think you do, but better to double check.
Step 6 After all oil is drained i then cleaned bottom drain plug surface inspected drain washer mine was still good and reinstalled lower drain bolt after drain bolt is installed then you can get your gear oil of choice i used a hand pump that attached to the quart bottles to fill the the differential and filled it with 75w90 yamaha gear oil that we use in boats its the same gear oil as used in cars if not better it has extra anti foaming agents and is more resitance to water breaking the oil down, its also much sitckier and designed to cling to bearings and gears better step 7 The differential will be full once the oil begins to flow out of the hole you are filling from. It would damage the pump. Clean the pan and magnet thoroughly, and replace the pan gasket. Replace the plug and you're finished. You have to first remove the transmission linkage. Use a flashlight to help and small hands couldn't hurt either.
It is illegal to exceed either of these weights. But this harness is a real pain to get to. In 2007 I took my Yukon and towed a car trailer with a 3300 pound car aboard also loaded down with moving boxes, furniture etc. All posts in here are put up for all to read and gain information on how to do something to their silverado or sierra. Just make sure you top it off when the trans.
It's a pretty messy job till you get the hand of it! If you are talking about pulling a holiday trailer a few times a year, you can exceed this as long as you meet some requirements. They don't have drain plugs. Pull the dip stick a wipe, relace, remove and che … ck the level on the stick. If fluid comes out, you do not need to add any. If you are going to pull more than this on a regular basis, you will greatly shorten the life of the truck. There will be a little wiring harness only two wires I think disconnect this harness and yo … ur set! The filter should come off fairly easily, but make sure that you replace the o-ring sealing it in as well.
After it's been removed and cleaned there are a number of different drain plugs that can be installed. . Then plug the transmission linkage back how it was, it should just click in place, and reattach the ball to the sleeve. I have even towed a 39,000 lb trailer from Utah to Mexico City also from the bumper hitch. Leave the white plastic clip alone. This looks really easy though. The Trans oil dip stick has a red cap and is located on the left side of the engine when standing in the front of truck and toward the windshield.
Then push the linkage all the way through the bracket and put it aside. The transmission fluid should be checked when the is vehicle is warmed up and while the engine is on. The motor oil can take the heat better and has better lubricating qualities as well. This reccomendation is only a guidline. Be sure he didn't put gear oil in your transfer case. Please only post in this section if you have directions on how to do a modification, complete a task, or steps to take to resolve a problem. Then, supporting the pan with one hand, use the other to completely remove the last bolt.
I believe your vehicle takes around 4. My dealer's parts department wasn't sure so they checked with a tech who advised 2. However I own a 2002 F250 7. Turn one out about half way, then slowly remove the other one, this will allow transmission fluid to spill out slowly without making a mess. It is illegal to exceed either of these weights. If you are talking about pulling a holiday trailer … a few times a year, you can exceed this as long as you meet some requirements.
See Features and Specs Here, Now. Man, that is a big fill plug. If you can't determine the data in para 1. Thanks GeeJay Try this link, you can type in the info for your truck and it will give you capacities. The rear differential fluid goes directly into the rear differential.