I have a 2004 dodge ram 1500 4x4 with a 5.7 hemi v8, and a rear end with a chrysler corporate 9.25--gear ratio 3.92. I reposessed this vehicle from my best friend over a year ago and took over the pmts for him. Since I have had the vehicle, there has always been a clicking noise in the rear end. It finally became a grinding so I tore the rear end down. The clutch pack on the drivers side was all broken up and I have ordered a new set but the company said it doesnt come with instructions on how to put them back in. I know where they go and all that. My only problem is that some of the rings in the set have teeth and some dont. Do I start with a toothless ring and then a toothed ring and keep alternating it that way or is there a special way to stack the rings? By the way, my rear end is limited slip. If you have a blow up of the stacking order I would greatly appreciate you sending it to me also. The parts should be delivered tomorrow and since my wifes car is still down we have no vehicle so I need to get this fixed fast. Also, the retaining clip was torn up and missing from the drivers side and only half of the clip was still there on the passenger side. It has cut a deep groove in thecarrier bearing cap but as the back side of the cap is built on I cant fix it without buying a new rear end, correct? Thanks
have the same problem?
Wednesday, November 10th, 2010 AT 8:45 AM