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2005 Ford F-150 Pinion Bearing Replacement - Bonus Unkie Scott Footage - Directors Cut

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My F-150 pickup had a whine in the rear end most likely due to the fact I did not replace the crush sleeve when I replaced the pinion seal at the front of the rear differential. I likely overloaded the bearing and caused it to wear pre-maturely. This video shows the dissassembly, and removal of the inspection cover, axle shafts, rear disc brake assemblies, ring gear, pinion pin, pinion assembly, drive shaft and associated bearings. Be sure to use 75-140 synthetic gear oil!!!
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tim gursky . 2019-04-08
Im putting my pinion in today,was waiting for tourqe specs but u skipped over the most important part.glad u touched on that at the end. It is def inch pounds on rotational torque.
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jag off . 2019-02-17
The torque spec for the pinion preload is 16-29 inch pounds. You use a beam type inch pound torque wrench to spin the pinion from the nut. If its to low, you have to crush the collar more. You need a tool call a companion flange to hold the yolk with a breaker bar while you cruch the collar with the nut with a socket and another breaker bar. That rear diff looks like a 8.8 inch rear end.
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FelixD cat . 2019-02-16
Yeah i know what you mean(: been there done that,,, 2004 f150....
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matt borges . 2018-10-25
Good job pinion boy😀
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00Kaporal . 2018-02-11
You also need to replace your spare tire. lol.
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Pete Alexander . 2018-01-18
FlyingD, Same thing happed to me, they replaced the rear pinion seal, then about 5 weeks later the axle whine kicked in. The pinion nut was either over torqued, thus over crushing the crush sleeve and causing too much bearing pre load, or under torqued. Depending on how much time passed between their service and the start of the noise you would have an argument. IMO 16 weeks, their fault, over 20 weeks, might be a natural failure not linked to their service. To all F150 owners, think long and hard about changing that seal. Most dealers dont give a crap and won't admit their mistakes. IMO if leak is slow, better to just add gear oil every oil change.
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FlyingDutchmanHans . 2018-01-03
The dealer did a pinion seal replacement last year on my 01 f150. Now my rear pinion bearing seems to be singing. Could the dealer have done something wrong that would have made the rear pinion bearings go?
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Rodney Greynolds . 2017-06-19
I when you replaced the bearings and stuff. did you have any play in the pinion after cuz I did and now the noise is about the same just no. leak
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Jeffrey Godfrey . 2017-06-07
How long did it take?
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Mario . 2016-12-16
I've got a 2000 F-150 that's whining. I'm told it's the pinion bearing and the rear end needs to be rebuilt.
Does that sound right? How much should I expect to pay someone for that work?
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Anderson Videos . 2016-11-20
Thanks for the video. I've got that roar in my '04 Lariat. I was told it might be that I need some friction modifier so I put 4oz in it yesterday and nothing changed. So, I was told my pinion bearing and/or the carrier bearings are on their way out. I was trying to determine if I could do it myself, being a semi-novice on working on my truck but thanks to this video, I realize this is something I don't need to tackle! Especially without a lift.
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mgriffin1010 . 2016-11-15
i have a 2002 explorer and when im accelerating to around 35 and the tranny shifts...the back end vibrates for a short second....same with slowing down.....theres no hesitation in the transmission when shifting but the back end whines whenever i accelerate or decelerate. ...could this be a pinion bearing problem?
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Head for the Hills . 2016-08-31
Gives me faith that I could tackle my rear pinion bearings. 06 expedition limited is making that whining sounds. Hoping it was wheel bearing but I let the wheels spin while on jacks and the whine seems to be coming from the pinion.
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Avert . 2016-07-31
I have a 2006 f150. Whenever im on the gas it whines and sometimes when i let off at low speeds or even sometimes high speeds it shakes the whole truck, idk i dont know how to describe it. Ive thought it was my pinion bearing but now i think it might be my transmission. You have any clue what is wrong or advice?
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John Causey . 2016-07-25
I've got a 98 F150. My rear differential is making a low roaring noise kinda like mud tires. Does that sound like bad bearings?
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Oscar Lozano . 2016-06-23
how man i have an 04 f150 that has a whining noise coming from the rear end it whines from about 20 mph to about 65mph then it goes away also if i decelerate it goes away is that what your truck was doing if not do you have a clue as to what it might be??
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thomas martin . 2016-02-29
what kind of noise are you hearing I got a 99 Ford Expedition and I'm getting all whining noise when I hit the gas over 40 but when I let off the gas is gone it's in the rear end
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J Punterminse . 2016-01-09
I have a whirring sound coming from the rear of my truck, so what happens if I don't replace the pinion bearing right away? (saying thats what the problem is)
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Glen Carlson . 2015-10-22
So how did the test drive go?
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whitefx2 . 2015-09-01
Hi Mr Greg, I hope you reply to my comment. I have an 08 Ford f150 2wd, and it has been making a loud whine when driving 30-40 mph and when I let off the gas it still whines and then at about 10 mph it disappears. It algo goes away at highway speeds. I thought it was my front wheel bearings and replaced them both. Whine still there. I also replaced my differential oil and while still there. My friends suggested that it has to be rear bearings or different bearings, can you give me any input?
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Jim Hart . 2015-06-25
My 8.8 Diff. on my '06 Ranger leaks at the pinion seal; Q: @160k miles, should I replace the bearing with the seal, or can I get away with just the seal? Looks like a lot of effort to get to it.
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Matt Koller . 2015-05-19
my pinon bearing has play i was told from a mechanic. curious if my gears are messed up as well. the howling gets louder when i accelerate and is always steadily there. curious of what this fix will cost, was quoted $1500 CDN. Thanks
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Gerardo Montes . 2015-04-30
What noise was the truck doing
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Brian B . 2014-10-30
Is this a limited slip Diff?
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Litemup . 2014-10-12
If you just replace the bearing on the pinion do you have to measure for a new shim?
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blackericdenice . 2014-07-19
Why u did not change the carrier bearing?
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Vietnam Girl . 2014-04-08
Rotational torque is 15-30 INCH POUNDS, not FT LBS.  Sorry, just want to make it clear, otherwise a lot of people are going to have a really noisy rear end full of metal bits.  

FYI, last rear end I assembled took over 300 ft/lbs for the pinion nut, it was a 9" rear.
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DestroyAllorNothing . 2014-02-08
The force is not strong with the beard, study up he must.
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Rýán Túçk . 2014-01-21
Lol. NOT 15.ft.#!!!
1.5 ft.lbs or 18 inch-lbs.
Don't use a torque 'wrench' for that.
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Emir Zelaya . 2014-01-11
I will be doing this job soon. Did you replace pinion bearing and carrier races? a friend told me just change bearings and don't do races. The master install kit I will buy comes with races.
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Cheator40 . 2013-11-03
Late night but job well done.
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jevchance . 2013-10-25
Oh, never pull out!
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jevchance . 2013-10-25
Now you know why the mechanics make the big bucks. :)
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HoneyBadgerOBS . 2013-10-21
Sounds easy enough...
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Greg's Garage . 2013-10-21
Does it matter??? some adapters, a few extra bolts, a new drive shaft, modify the ABS sensor, weld on new perches, swap your springs... Piece of cake right?
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HoneyBadgerOBS . 2013-10-21
I have a Chevy ! LOL !
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Greg's Garage . 2013-10-20
Thanks man... Gonna have to revisit it soon.
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Oscar's BMW & VW . 2013-10-20
Wow! That was pretty impressive work.
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Greg's Garage . 2013-10-20
You got that right... It stinks to high heaven back there. Glad it's over.
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Greg's Garage . 2013-10-20
No doubt! Scotty is the MAN.
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Greg's Garage . 2013-10-20
Gotta get it DONE!!! That's the only way I know how.
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Timetotinker . 2013-10-20
handle it well, your helper is handy to have around..........tony
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TONS OF VANARCHY . 2013-10-20
HI UNKIE SCOTT!...love the beard. My hubby works for gm and comes home smelling like these oils often. Can't imagine what a fords rear smells like....lol...just jokin' ;)
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spelunkerd . 2013-10-20
That's good advice. In my videos I try to emphasize that you should never rely on one source for critical info. I hope people listen. Regarding the torque, I've done that too, misspeaking. You can add an annotation into the video to clarify what you really mean so that you don't have to leave an error in place. Cheers!
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Greg's Garage . 2013-10-20
Yep. They seem to change the way they do everything else though... I like the clips in the old rears better when they were at the wheel end. MUCH easier to pull the axles that way.
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Mark Sponge . 2013-10-20
Cant believe they still use clips to hold the axles in....
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Greg's Garage . 2013-10-20
No problem... BTW, the last torque I gave should have been 15-19 in-lbs not ft-lbs. There are some videos on setting rotational torque/bearing pre-load. Watch them before you do this job. They show the correct tools and what it takes to get this job done right.
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Greg's Garage . 2013-10-20
WOW, I would not have thought about that. Good call.
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Greg's Garage . 2013-10-20
Thanks man. I hope I never have to see it again.
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Greg's Garage . 2013-10-20
LOL!!! NO.
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