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Old Jan 9, 2012, 05:28 PM   #1
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Rear Diff and AYC bleed

Does anyone have a how-to for the removal of the rear diff, and the bleeding of ayc? thank you
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1) remove the rear wheels
2) unbolt some control arms so you can pry out the half-shafts connecting to the diff
3) unbolt the driveshaft connection
4) unbolt the AYC lines
5) rear diff is held by 3 bolts in plain site
6) remove it

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1) remove the rear wheels
2) unbolt some control arms so you can pry out the half-shafts connecting to the diff
3) unbolt the driveshaft connection
4) unbolt the AYC lines
5) rear diff is held by 3 bolts in plain site
6) remove it

AYC bleeding requires tephra's tool + service manual directions or going to mitsu. Check out this thread for info on the tephra-tool who would pay for a
Ha ha.
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HA HA? what so funny? i asked before i did it. after doing it very easy. no need to bleed, used vac caps on hard lines to prevent total fluid lose.
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HA HA? what so funny? i asked before i did it. after doing it very easy. no need to bleed, used vac caps on hard lines to prevent total fluid lose.
I think it still needs to be bled.
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