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I drained my MFWD fluid recently when I did my 50 hour service. On top of each of the axle wheel hub housings there is what the owner's manual says is a "vent plug". What it is...is an Allen head screw used to plug a hole that is used to vent off the trapped air as I refilled the axle with fluid. The Allen head was rounded off...I got it out with an easy out. (I had to remove this to release any trapped air in the MFWD).

It is and Allen head screw size 4mm, fine thread?. Can anyone help me find the part number for this "vent plug" Allen head screw? :unknown: :banghead:

Here is a picture of what I am talking about that may help. It is the little shiny silver spot just to the left of the tire.
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(I may have to just take the part with me when I go to the dealer next time).
 

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WOW. In no time at all, I get my answer from the best.

Thank You 56FordGuy!!! :drinks:

PS: That little thing has been bothering ever since it went bad on me a month ago and just have not gotten to the dealer yet.
 

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Oh, and the parts catalog to me seems a little hard for me to use the way it is set up into three sections. If that makes sense....?


Maybe there is a better one out there I haven't discovered yet.
 

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That's the best one there is, in fact it's the same one the parts counter uses at the dealer.
 

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Thanks Kennyd.

Also, one more question....How do you guys attach the parts list in the body of your posts? I can get the diagram attached just like an image, but don't know how to attach the parts list. Any help would be appreciated.
 

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I just copy/paste the list into the post.
 

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This is what happens when I copy and paste. It does not show like in the catalog or like 56FordGuy posted.



Front Spindles and Final Drive Gears (MFWD)
Cart key PART NO. PART NAME QTY SERIAL NO. REMARKS
1 MIU801832 Cap 2
2 MIU801699 Gear 2 (Z=16)
3 M800496 Ball Bearing 2
4 MIU801711 Gear Case 2
5 MIU801702 Shaft 2 (Z=14)
6 MIU801700 Gear 2 (Z=9), Pinion
7 MIU801701 Bearing 2
8 MIU801705 Cover 2
9 LVU800991 Seal 2
10 MIU801704 Spindle 2
Cart key PART NO. PART NAME QTY SERIAL NO. REMARKS
11 19M7867 Bolt 16
12 MIU801706 Gasket 2
13 JD9344 Ball Bearing 2
14 CH13489 Snap Ring 4
15 MIU801703 Gear 2 (Z=39), Final
16 CH14887 Bearing 2 SUB FOR MIU801695
17 MIU801999 Gear Case 1 LH (SHOWN); SUB FOR MIU801712
MIU802000 Gear Case 1 RH; SUB FOR MIU801713
18 M808459 Gasket 2
19 M807505 Bolt 2
Cart key PART NO. PART NAME QTY SERIAL NO. REMARKS
20 AT211699 Fitting Plug 2
21 CH13506 Ball Bearing 2
22 40M7043 Snap Ring 2
23 MIU801710 Sleeve 2
24 CH14581 Ball Bearing 2
25 LVU802855 Seal 2
26 MIA881698 Spindle Kit 1
 

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I think it's called the "full editor" in your forum settings. If you select that, these parts breakdowns will be nice automatically.
 

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I went in to change the setting and set it to this...... Enhanced Interface - Full WYSIWYG Editing.

Here is how it looks after I copy/paste with then new setting. I am using Firefox, so maybe that is why it looks a little different than the parts list posted by 56FordGuy. Maybe another slight settings change?


Mine:
CartkeyPART NO.PART NAMEQTY SERIAL NO.REMARKS
20AT211699Fitting Plug2
21CH13506Ball Bearing2
2240M7043Snap Ring2
23MIU801710Sleeve2
24CH14581Ball Bearing2
25LVU802855Seal2
26MIA881698Spindle Kit1


56FordGuy:
CartkeyPART NO.PART NAMEQTYSERIAL NO.REMARKS
20AT211699Fitting Plug2
21CH13506Ball Bearing2
2240M7043Snap Ring2
23MIU801710Sleeve2
24CH14581Ball Bearing2
25LVU802855Seal2
26MIA881698Spindle Kit1

Thanks for everyone's help.
 

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I'm catching up on my service manual reading and was curious if I'm missing something here. It looks like changing the front axle fluid isn't required until 600 hours. Does that sound right? Does it also use J20D?
 

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I just changed mine early along with the 50 hr. service. I had the oil already when I did the trans. and it was only 3qts.
 
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