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SOURCE: rear diff fluid is a milky color and it whines while driving

Sounds like there is water getting into the diff. Most of the time it is from the vent on the top. That will cause damage to the bearings and make noise.

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SOURCE: Rear Diffrantial Leak 98' Ford Explorer

It should be that easy if the leak is from the gasket. If it from the seal, you will have to remove the drive shaft from the differential and remove the seal and put in a new one. Either way, the repair is fairly easy.

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SOURCE: Diff. Fluids for front & rear?

75w140 syn in both axles and 1 small bottle of additive per 1 liter of gear oil for rear axle

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