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How do you remove the yoke to get to the pinion seal?

(1996 Jeep Cherokee)
in Hanover, PA on June 26, 2013
Pinion seal removal
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on June 26, 2013
Remove the driveshaft, the big nut holding yoke on, the yoke and then the seal. Reverse procedure to install, check lube.

Or do like i suggested on your other post!
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