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1994 jeep sports gear oil

Where about do u put the gear oil

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I'm assuming you are talking about gear oil for the differentials. It's the pumpkin shaped thing on the axles. If you want to change the oil, loosen up the bolts with a drain pan underneath it. Clean the mating surfaces of the differential cover/housing and apply RTV to seal it. There should be a rubber grommet toward the top of the pumpkin, remove it after everything is sealed and fill to bottom of hole. That's how I do my '93, anyways. Some call for friction modifiers to be added to the gear oil, keep that in mind too. It should be in your manual.

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