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Old 07-18-2007, 09:40 PM #1
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fluid change...need part numbers

Trying to do my own Engine Oil, differential fluids change. Do any of you guys have part numbers for the crush washers, fill plugs, and drain plugs?

Also, here's my list of things I'm gonna need:

Oil Pan
Glove
jack & stands
Filter wrench
fluid pump
torque wrench
Sockets

anything I'm missing?

Also, spot where I park my truck has a slight slope. Is it fine to do the oil change? if not, is it better to do it with nose of the truck lower or butt lower?

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butt lower

i do my oil change on my driveway with the rear low on the slope. no biggie since the drain hole is towards the rear. it wont mae a huge difference.
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You don't need a torque wrench, just hand tighten it.
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Make sure you have a 24mm socket and a 10mm hex socket. I didnt have either in my Craftsman 117 pc set. I was able to get to the t-case and rear diff without jacking. I did raise the front a bit for the front diff.

I was also able to get by without a pump, I just used the 1qt bottles. I did have to drop the spare and crush the bottles to get as much fluid out as possible.
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crush washers

front - 9043024003
rear - 1215710010
transfer - 9043018008
oil - 9043012031
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You da man! One more thing...do fill plugs also need crush washers?
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Quote:
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You da man! One more thing...do fill plugs also need crush washers?
Yes...Fill plugs also have crush washers.
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