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Re: Rear Differential yoke seal.
Nothing really. Remove the nut and yoke, pry out the old seal, carefully tap the new one in, put yoke back on, retorque pinion nut.
The only trick I know of is to use an impact gun to remove the nut. If you're careful, you can use it to reinstall the nut. To be safe, it's recommended that you use a new nut, but I've never lost an old one after reinstalling.