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Old 07-12-2010, 12:14 PM
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Post How do I remove my yoke off the pinion of my rear pumpkin? Please advise ASAP

How do I get rear yoke off the pinion at the rear pumpkin? There is no bolt in the center. There is no center bolt. Already called dealership but they were no help. Called Pep Boys, other auto repair shops...everyone seems to be clueless. Please advise. Can't afford to pay someone to answer this question. you can email me at this email address too:
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First things first. What vehicle are you working on and what year is it?
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97 Ford F150 V8...4.5 cyl. 4 wheel drive.
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the bolt that retains the yoke is inside the Diff housing, it requires pulling the axles, than the diff carriage. More or less, when tearing a rear end appart, the pinion and yoke are the last to come out.
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