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1995 ford five speed four wheel drive eight cylinder

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Engine oil 10W30
Transmission Mercon
Front Differential 75W90
Rear Differential 80W90 (if changing I would recommend going to 75W140 sythethic)
Transfer Case: Mercon
Brake fluid DOT 3 or 4
Coolant: Regular Green

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