Looks like your axel seal is leaking. And without proper tools you will have to get creative. To get bearings off axel once out use cut off wheel and chisel. Getting new bearings on probably could grease axel and use pipe and hammer to knock into place.
Honestly I don't know but! You can add some 75w 140 syn gear oil to recover what's lost. Fill till over flow. Now this will give you starting point to figure out how much your losing. Maybe check it again in week or couple days. Meanwhile you could call around get quotes on axle seals/bearing change.
Yeah but still may want to atleast check rear diff oil level. Pull plug on rear diff should be middle way up rear diffrential cover. Maybe 3/8" socket wrench will fit plug. Remove plug use finger or hose that fits to see how high level is. To be sure there is good oil level. Gives peace of mine
If you don't check your diff fluid level regularly, you will regret it when it fails, and you find out it wasnt such an old stain after all. If you check it now, and it's full, and it's full next week, and at two weeks, and at four weeks, and at 3mo, then you could declare it's an old stain and has been fixed. But ignoring the stain because you think it's old without checking the diff fluid is begging for trouble. It takes 5min to check the diff fluid.
Check the fluid and make sure it is full but also get some brake cleaner and clean off the old residue. Check it periodically for the next few weeks and see if you get any new oil or residue build up. Easiest way to find out if it is from an old leak or active leak without taking things apart.
I have a 2015 Titan and am wondering if anyone has experience with Tonneau covers and the Utili-track system. Wondering which is the best one where the utili-track doesn't interfere with installation of the cover.
Hey TT I found something hanging by my transmission and only attached by a hose it looks like it's a tube assembly for what I'm not sure looks like an old carb part I've looked over brake diag. Fuel and intake diag. And I cant figure out where it goes or what it is...I've also attached the pic...
I've been looking on ebay for a single wheel since my used 2014 Titan didn't come with one, and I found a place in Houston that has several brand new sets of four 18" wheels with Goodyear tires from Dodge Rams for $600 including shipping (I'm assuming that they're from new trucks that were...