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    CelicaSupra.com Member pituala's Avatar
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    Not to mention welded spiders can break lots of parts.
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    non lsd

    Never had one apart. Is it like a GM or Ford diff that has the spiders held in with a pin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddd228 View Post
    Never had one apart. Is it like a GM or Ford diff that has the spiders held in with a pin?
    Yup...
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    hey does anyone know what i have to replace cuz whenever i shift to D or R, it makes a metal noise, also when the tranny is downshifting, sounds like it was coming from the LSD, do u guys think that i should replace the pinion and ring , cuz it sounds like it has some play in the gears. BTW this is an automatic mk2 celicasupra. thanks...
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    Get the spider gear re shimmed.

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    hey guys im thinking of changing the differential fluid, but do you guys know where to get it and what type of fluid do i need? and also what type of tools do i need to put in the new fluid? and also, how would i remove the spider gears to get it re shimmed? thanks...
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    Valvoline 85/140 mineral oil, 3 quarts and 1 bottle of LSD additive if you have lsd.
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    Are you sure about the 3 quarts there Armin?? I thought the fluid capacity was 1.3 L? Roughly 1.4 Quarts. I use Amsoil 75W90 diff fluid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supra_Newfie View Post
    Are you sure about the 3 quarts there Armin?? I thought the fluid capacity was 1.3 L? Roughly 1.4 Quarts. I use Amsoil 75W90 diff fluid.

    Grant
    I know it's either just under 2qts or just under 3 qts, but it never hurts to have extra
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    No, it doesn't hurt to have extra....but that extra will end up spewing out the breather and coating the underside of the car!! Ask me how I know...my mechanic put in a full two quarts!!...after I gave him the diff sheets from the TSRM!! Oh well....no harm done...just a bloody mess!!

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