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Does anyone have a HOW-TO on removal of rear diff and bleeding AYC? I know it probably wrong section to ask, cause all i seen in how to was .... how to, not requests. thanks
 

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Bleeding the AYC requires the Mut 3, it's a dealer only thing. It's only required when the lines are disconnected, so if you just want to change the fluids it's not a concern.

Do you mean a how-to for removing the entire rear diff?
 

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^Nice, paypal sent. No more scummy dealers touching my baby.
 

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before I send it out I will be adding the "steering wheel angle" code - that should help some people get the wheel to "Dead ahead" position..

should have it done tonight - hopefully you can test Chris?
 

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^I'm game.
 
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before I send it out I will be adding the "steering wheel angle" code - that should help some people get the wheel to "Dead ahead" position..

should have it done tonight - hopefully you can test Chris?
Oooh I want that. That will help with alignments. :)
 

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haha I didn't know you aligned your own car too Bryan.
 

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LOL
 

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You stated that only required when lines are disconnected. I did disconnect mine but pump never went dry nor fluid drained out. When I disconnected the lines I took some of the flexible vinyl caps to cap off lines. Never leaked out for the few days I had them un hooked.


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