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Unread 02-01-2013, 12:43 PM   #16
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Yes a hose clamp would work if I could get the little plastic piece attached to the hose to stay in the hole on the differential. Putting a hose clamp on the hose would just keep the little plastic piece in the hose, it would not keep in thing in the hole on the diff. Sounds a little complicated of what I am saying, maybe I could attach a pic. Would that help?
Is it broken? ie the plastic tube broke off in the housing... a pic of the housing and the end of the tube might help...

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Unread 02-01-2013, 08:50 PM   #17
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Thats a good idea. Maybe ill look into that. Tomorrow i will post a pic to show my current situation with this. Thanks guys!
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When I had my axle in the shop for the locker installation I had the guy tap the vent hole and screwed in a barb fitting; no more loose hoses.
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I use the 1/8" & 1/4" NPT brass barb fittings in my shop all the time. I've put them in axles, transfer cases, & transmissions for venting purposes.

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Ok here is a photo of the vent hose that goes into the differential. It will go into the hole just fine but it keeps popping out. Does not appear to be broken or anything and everything in the hole looks just fine. Is this plastic piece just worn out, maybe if I replace it, it will stay? I am thinking about just putting some JB Weld on it to keep it in there. Any ideas?
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I use the 1/8" & 1/4" NPT brass barb fittings in my shop all the time. I've put them in axles, transfer cases, & transmissions for venting purposes.

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Yeah probably just worn... Do it right, or don't do it at all. Don't JB it..
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Yeah i want to do it right for sure, even if that is replacing the little plastic piece until i can get that hole tapped. Anyone know what that little piece is called? I am on rockauto and cant find any reference to it
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Yeah i want to do it right for sure, even if that is replacing the little plastic piece until i can get that hole tapped. Anyone know what that little piece is called? I am on rockauto and cant find any reference to it
I doubt you'll find it anywhere except the dealer.

If it's not physically broken, use a small amount of Ultra Black RTV sealer to hold it in. The Ultra Black RTV holds better than regular RTV in an oily environment.

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Great, will do thank you!!
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When I had my axle in the shop for the locker installation I had the guy tap the vent hole and screwed in a barb fitting; no more loose hoses.
I would think that jbolty has the best idea. Pull the cover and drill and tap. No more problems.

I would think it will be a easy upgrade.
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I would think that jbolty has the best idea. Pull the cover and drill and tap. No more problems.

I would think it will be a easy upgrade.
I agree wholeheartedly.

My suggestion should have stated that it's a temporary fix, and included the advice of tapping the hole on the next service interval.

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I had this problem with my rear dana 44, I just pulled the old plastic one out and taped it with a 1/8 tap like stated above. Then I screwed in a 1/4 barbed fitting left over from running the hoses for my oba setup.
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Thanks guys, sounds like that is the best way to go, which I am going to do. Appreciate everyones help!
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