How to Replace Rear Differential Pinion Flange 2000-08 GMC Yukon

How to Replace Rear Differential Pinion Flange 2000-08 GMC Yukon

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The differential Pinion Flange is part of the universal joint that connects the drive shaft to the rear differential. Years of water and salt could rust or seize the flange, or cause other problems. This video shows you how to install a new TRQ differential pinion flange on your 2000-08 GMC Yukon.

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joe28704 says:

Odd, seal did not look like it was leaking. Why else would it be replaced? Very well done video, thank you.

Curiosi Tea says:

Wouldn't counting the number of turns when removing the old bolt be better?

Kyle Fowler says:

do you really have to remove the brake calipers and rotors? Seems like you could include the rotational resistance of the brake parts since the final preload spec you aim for is a spec you measure yourself.

I ask because the Haynes manual only mentions removing the wheels when changing the pinion seal

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