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Old 01-09-2010, 10:57 PM   #1
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FrankenYota (rear axle swap to elocker)

A few weeks back I aquired a TRD OR rear axle to put in my SR5.
Had a chance to install it today. It went real smooth thanx to all.on.blacks write up. Big ups to you
we replaced the axle seals and o-rings while the axle shafts were out. Cheap piece of mind I suppose. I still have to do the electrical part of hooking it up, but for now it's in and seems to be ok.

But I do have the ABS light on now, wondering if we maybe tripped a sensor while bleeding and it needs to be reset? my friend seems to think that since we had the truck running for the bleeding process and the fluid did get down low it may have thrown an error. not quite sure yet, it was getting dark and had to head home. I did a quick battery disconnect but the only thing that reset was the clock lol.

Here's a few pics of what I did, instead of going to mod day
looked like a lot of people there too
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Old 01-10-2010, 12:40 AM   #4
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must be nice to be able to work on your truck...its too cold here for me to do anything like that...i wanted to finish up my deadening project but its too cold ...
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subscribed and looking forward to the progress....ur close too..maybe get to check out after i get back from afghan....
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im workin on the same thing, just cant find taco rear ends around here
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good job.its nice when when a job goes smooth.minus the abs light.
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Did you solve the ABS light? Also can you post the link to writeup you use it ?
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yeah the ABS line got pinched somewhere along the way. fixed it and the light went off. I used this writeup http://www.ttora.com/forum/showthread.php?t=94504 start at #20.
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yeah the ABS line got pinched somewhere along the way. fixed it and the light went off. I used this writeup http://www.ttora.com/forum/showthread.php?t=94504 start at #20.
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