Geo I did mine recently and pulled the driveshaft. Don't recall if it was
necessary but I did regrease the ujoints at the same time.
I was able to undo the front one from underneath, a lot of effort but I did not
feel like taking the tranny cover off.
Found the bolt holes on the flanges had enlarged so I used metric bolts to
compensate for the wear.
/Am I correct in guessing that to remove the flange and get at the pinion
seal I need only undo the rear end of the driveshaft, propping it up and out
of my way? (i.e the front driveshaft flange remains bolted to the gearbox
Yes, I could just try it and see but if I have to completely remove the
driveshaft I would prefer to do the front connection first before getting
the car up and me under. Thanks for any advice./
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