Assembly Of Differential Case

1. WASH DIFFERENTIAL CASE ASSEMBLY

Wash the differential case and bolts with trichloroethy-lene.

NOTE: Other cleaning solvent may be used if it has the same degreasing effect as trichloroethylene.

2. INSTALL FOLLOWING PARTS ON TO DIFFERENTIAL CASE

NOTE: Coat the parts with gear oil for LSD.

• Adjusting washer

NOTE: Face the oil groove toward the clutch plate.

• Clutch member thrust washer

NOTE: Face the oil groove toward the clutch member.

• Clutch member LH

• Clutch member spring

• Clutch member RH with pinion gear

3. INSTALL FOLLOWING PART ONTO DIFFERENTIAL CASE COVER

• Adjusting washer

NOTE: Face the oil groove toward the clutch plate.

• Clutch member thrust washer

NOTE: Face the oil groove toward the clutch member.

Align the marks on the case and case cover.

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4. INSTALL CASE COVER BOLTS

(a) Apply retaining compound to the bolts. NOTE: Use Lock-Tight as the retaining compound.

NOTE: Method of applying Lock-Tight.

(1) Apply Lock-Tight Primer T to the case threads and the mounting bolts, and allow to dry thoroughly.

(2) Apply Lock-Tight to the case threads and the bolts and install the bolts.

(3) Allow to stand at least 3 hours after tightening the bolts. (In cold weather, heat to 30 - 50°C (86 -122°F) before letting stand.)

(b) Tighten the bolts evenly and gradually. Torque: 650 kg-cm (47 ft-lb, 64 Nm)

5. CHECK SIDE GEAR THRUST CLEARANCE

Turn the side gear with side gear shaft or other means and check to see that they turn smoothly.

6. INSTALL SIDE BEARING (See page RA-28)

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