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Discussion in 'GA- Georgia Cruisers' started by pillguy, Mar 24, 2009.
Good job Andrew!
Rebuilding the starter is always fun, at least you got yours out to do it. I turned that damn thing every which way I could. In the end I ended up resting mine in the sway bar and doing the rebuild under the truck.
One thread had a video posted on how to get it out. Gotta remove the transmission dipstick and the brackets holding the brake lines. The sad thing is thst I get to do this all over again as I will ultimately need to replace the starter. This one was a reman. Toyota and the contacts were in bad shape. Here it is almost done.
Been awhile since I worked on my truck. I am getting ready for the Tracy City trip and lo and behold another axle seal failure on the right side now it's time for my vehicle so here's a few pictures I'm hoping to get this done before tomorrow but I get out.
The last time I did this was during my divorce in the pouring rain storm it took me almost 8 hours to get it all done so hopefully I'll be back by 2 to 3 hours here a few more I've got the axle out. The question I have is what is this black residual sludge that is around the Red Seal just passed the Rotator for the anti-lock brake the gear looking thing
All done, just refilled gear oil and checking a few other things and getting ready for weekend. Just Ned to fix kid plate and put on new seat covers
Well, I got the truck into garage and transmission fluid drained. It looks like it's never been changed I hopefully didn't damage the transmission.
I stand corrected , it was changed out, but nasty. I assume it was a drain and fill and not a flush.
I'll bet if you send that crap to lab you'll find some Cove water in there.
You might be right, guess I should order some seals. I have a ton of other issues to address