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Old 06-16-2017, 03:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys. Anyone here have a link or guide to swapping out the rear diff? Never done one before. Any tips or tricks are appreciated. Thanks.
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Welcome to the forum.
I believe the Aerio and Liana are largely the same apart from engines and transmission. Looking at the parts diagrams the rear diffs look the same, so I assume removal is also the same. I've never found a Aerio workshop manual on PDF but I do have the Liana ones.

This is the relevant pages from the Liana workshop manual. Needless to say I can't guarantee it's correct for the Aerio, but it's the best I have to offer.

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Thanks alot. This is a good start. Much appreciated.
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And just to be sure, should you get an alignment done after?
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Personally I wouldn't bother, I don't think there is actually anything you can adjust on the rear.
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