If memory serves me correct, there's a fill plug- and the proper level is up to the fill plug. You should be able to put the truck on a level surface, take out the fill plug, and reach in with your little finger and touch diff oil.
The orange tube is running into the fill plug on this picture.
I've owned both of these sets, and have been completely...
Thanks for the second and third set of eyes!!!
Hit the nail on the head with the broken bolt.
The bolts I bought @ home depot seemed to be different head size, and a tiny bit longer- but the thread size was the same. Per the bolt heads it looks like they were same class as the OEM part...
Bought a couple of these (except the full threaded version) yesterday to replace the factory bolts:
Would I be a fool to use those instead of the OEM? Looks like a lot of people are using similar finds...
Well this is bizarre, and I'm not sure how it happened:
Went to twist up the torsion bar adjustment bolts on my Sport trac last night, and had a rough time with the Driver side---
Noticed that it looks like the bolt is bent.... Any ideas on extraction? Should I just go with impact and hope...
lmao - it was the rubber cover step I was missing - didn't realize it was a removable plug.
Got the plug removed, and tightened the star-adjuster ~12 clicks on both sides. Seems to be working great now.
SWShawaii to the rescue again!
I remember doing it on my 96 explorer, and I remember it being extremely easy to find and do-- But I"m having the toughest time finding how to tighten the ebrake on my sport trac.
On my 96 sport, I remember there being a slot on the back of the rotor that I slid a flathead...
@LONO100 , where did you get that tool tray, looks like it could be handy.
Got a little bored this weekend, so did some cosmetic, and some preventative maintenance--
started off with belt, idler pulley, and tensioner pulley-- and finished up with fuel filter, plugs, and wires.
For the most part, I just followed along with the instructions @ https://www.fordf150.net/howto/customemblems.php
To get the rear emblem out, I used a hair dryer, and a flathead screwdriver.. in retrospect I would have used a hair dryer, and something that wouldn't scratch my tailgate (like a...