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I was changing u joint on my renegade, pull drive lines and rear diff. Put a small set screw with pointed end slot on other end. Can't rember where it goes. Can some one hepl me. Graybeard9

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I was changing u joint on my renegade, pull drive lines and rear diff. Put a small set screw with pointed end slot on other end. Can't rember where it goes. Can some one hepl me. Graybeard9

There is a small about 1/8" diameter inside of the diff that holds the the center pin of 2 of the spider gears in place,. If you drained the diff oil and this came out, don't drive it until you dismantle the diff and put it back. The diff will destroy itself without it.

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There is a small about 1/8" diameter inside of the diff that holds the the center pin of 2 of the spider gears in place,. If you drained the diff oil and this came out, don't drive it until you dismantle the diff and put it back. The diff will destroy itself without it.

Lenny

Thanks for the answer. Graybeard1

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Thanks for the answer. Graybeard1

If that set screw came out of your diff, this is where it goes, browse this album and you see what can happen if it gets loose, cost me a new differential.

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