Question about 1995 Chevrolet Caprice Classic
First off I think you mean Posi-traction which means both axles turn with power to the wheels. You remove the axle grease from the rear end draining it then you remove the cover try and do it slowly so that you don't make getting the old gasket off really hard after cover is off you will see the rear end look inside at the pinion gears the axle goes through them you will see how they are held on just remove the pins when putting back together use some axle grease on the splined ends and make sure that the housing and the cover is really clean so that the gasket seals properly ,nothing worse than rear end oil leaking.
Posted on Apr 21, 2015
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