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Leaking Diff and Torn sleeve yoke #838051 09/25/07 10:34 PM
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preston Offline OP
Need a Spot
I have a 5 speed '99 Tacoma with the V6 and the E-locker and I just started to feel a vibration throughout the vehicle. I looked by the Diff and there is a ton of oil around the area of where the drive shaft meets the diff. It seems like there is a leak in the seal and I noticed that the sleeve yoke had a tear. I talked to the dealer and they said that the whole diff needs to be replaced because there aren't any parts for the e-locker diff. Do I need to rebuild the diff or just replace a seal. I would really appreciate any help as I am a very poor college student.Thank you in advance!

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Re: Leaking Diff and Torn sleeve yoke [Re: preston] #838052 09/25/07 11:42 PM
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Not sure if the e-locaker takes the same parts, but it is fairly easy to replace the pinion seal:
- http://www.4crawler.com/4x4/CheapTricks/PinionSeal/index.html

Re: Leaking Diff and Torn sleeve yoke [Re: preston] #838053 09/26/07 01:52 PM
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cktoy Offline
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it sounds strange that Toyota would make a disposable dif.


oh what a feeling:
#1 86 xtra cab 22R,EB 261 cam ,Hooker header,2" ex with cherry bomb, Aussie powered
#2 86 sr5 4x4 efi parts truck
#3 87 2wd parts truck
84 supra yard art
Re: Leaking Diff and Torn sleeve yoke [Re: cktoy] #838054 09/26/07 01:55 PM
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cktoy Offline
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just wanted to add that I took my old toyota axle vent off and added one from a nissan pathfinder which will take a 1/4" hose and extended it up out of the way .No more stoped up vent,no more leaky seals.


oh what a feeling:
#1 86 xtra cab 22R,EB 261 cam ,Hooker header,2" ex with cherry bomb, Aussie powered
#2 86 sr5 4x4 efi parts truck
#3 87 2wd parts truck
84 supra yard art

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