First of all I would like to thank everyone for their patience and help ...
You’re welcome. Keep in mind this may or may-not help. It’s has been the answer for a great many people, bit I’ve never personally needed to do this. My standard routine is to put alignment marks on there before disassembly so that it goes back the same way it came out. YMMVFirst of all I would like to thank everyone for their patience and help ...
You can post the video on YouTube and put the link here. I can’t answer your question on the transmission. Maybe @Grimbrand or @5LHO will have some time and wisdom here.I just received a video from the workshop. There is minimal play on the automatic transmission to the driveshaft. Is that normal? Or do I have bigger problems?…. Videos can not be shown here I guess right? no leaks ... and if something should be defective it should probably always be felt. and the problems were only there when the differential was made
Yes i think so! three attempts were necessary. and that although they only work on mustangs and they have a good reputation ... they will not receive my recommendation…I hate to to tell you, the people that did your rear gear ratio change messed up.
but could it be? if it has been properly fastened again, you won't see it! but if it was apart, does it only go back together in one direction or can you put it in any way you want? .... if I as a layperson would only loosen it on the pinion and hang it to the side or remove it completely when I work on the differential. maybe it was also dismantledIf the rubber is intact it most likely has not been apart so I would say no.
That middle location for the spline joint was a terrible idea at Ford. I would get a aluminum driveshaft replacement like many of us have. They have the joint at the axle end like God intended.