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Submitted: 9 years ago.
Category: Ford
Expert:  Chris (aka- Moose) replied 9 years ago.

Hello I'm Chris a Ford Employee and Certified Engine/Transmission Specialist.

Thanks for asking your question. I am eager to get your vehicle back up and running correct, I am here to help you out for a small fee far less than a dealership and easier on the wallet, so if this information is of aid PLEASE PRESS ACCEPT and help me out financially by paying the small fee. Please reply if further discussion is needed.

  1. Raise the vehicle
  2. remove the tires
  3. remove the brake calipers
  4. remove the rotors
  5. remove the diff cover
  6. remove the lock bolt from the pinion shaft in the differential.
  7. remove the pinion shaft
  8. If you have limited slip and 8.8 then there will be a spring in the differential, a 9.75 has no spring in the limited slip model. Regardless the spring will not have to be moved.
  9. turn the axle to where the top 2 lug stud stradle the highest point on the emergency brake. This will allow the axle to go inwards the farthiest.
  10. Once in remove the C clip from the axle inside the diff and pull the axles out.