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Where is differential fill point

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found drain but cant see a fill point

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Depends on your engine.

1980 JEEP CJ-7 2.5L 4-cyl Engine Code [B]
CAPACITIES
Engine, GM without filter..........2.4 quarts[1]
Wix Filter ........ 51040
Cooling System, Initial Fill..........8.0 quarts
Automatic Transmission, A904, 30RH Initial Fill..........4.0 quarts[2]
Automatic Transmission, A999, 32RH Initial Fill..........4.0 quarts[2]
Automatic Transmission, Total Fill
3 speed A999, 32RH..........8.4 quarts
3 speed A904, 30RH..........7.0 quarts
Manual Transmission, 4-SPD, SR-4..........3.0 pints
Manual Transmission, 4-SPD, T176..........3.6 pints
Differential, Front..........2.5 pints[3]
Differential, Rear..........4.9 pints
Transfer Case,..........4.0 pints

1. Add extra oil when replacing filter. After refill check oil level.
2. With engine automatic transmission operating temperature, shift through all gears.
Check fluid level in NEUTRAL and add fluid as needed.
3. 1984-1992 Models with command-Track, add 5 oz of 75W-90 GL-5 to shift motor housing opening.

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Oil Drain Plug.....25 ft-lbs
Manual Transmission T176
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Drain Plug.....15 ft-lbs
Manual Transmission SR4
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Engine, without filter..........5.0 quarts[1]
Wix Filter..... 51522
Cooling System, Initial Fill..........11.0 quarts
Automatic Transmission, A904, 30RH Initial Fill..........4.0 quarts[2]
Automatic Transmission, A999, 32RH Initial Fill..........4.0 quarts[2]
Automatic Transmission, Total Fill
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3 speed A904, 30RH..........7.0 quarts
Manual Transmission, 4-SPD, SR-4..........3.0 pints
Manual Transmission, 4-SPD, T176..........3.6 pints
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Transfer Case,..........4.0 pints

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Check fluid level in NEUTRAL and add fluid as needed.
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TORQUES
Oil Drain Plug.....30 ft-lbs
Manual Transmission T176
Fill Plug.....15 ft-lbs
Drain Plug.....15 ft-lbs
Manual Transmission SR4
Fill Plug.....20 ft-lbs

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Wix Filter..... 51258
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Automatic Transmission, A904, 30RH Initial Fill..........4.0 quarts[2]
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3 speed A999, 32RH..........8.4 quarts
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Manual Transmission, 4-SPD, T176..........3.6 pints
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Differential, Rear..........4.9 pints
Transfer Case,..........4.0 pints

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2. With engine automatic transmission operating temperature, shift through all gears.
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  1. Be sure the car is raised on four jack stands and is level. It will be more difficult to fill the differential if you've only got it raised in the rear.
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I have a solution for you that I know will work, because it has on both of my 1992 Legacy wagons, but first I should explain why your question proceeds from a false assumption. The fuse you mention only exists on vehicles with the 4 speed ecectronically controlled automatic transmission (4EAT)and it asserts "forced front wheel drive mode" by signaling the TCU (transmission contol unit). When the fuse is not inserted the TCU regulates a slip clutch using duty cycle solenoid "C" to optimally adjust the degree of AWD (the front/rear power split) for the present vehicle speed, engine RPM, throttle setting, front and rear driveshaft speeds, and ATF temperature. When the fuse is inserted the TCU allows the clutch to slip freely. The TCU is self diagnosing, and has failure mode fallback strategies. if there duty solenoid C fails, the TCU will always assert AWD withj a 50/50 power split (the clutch is locked when solenoid C fails). The TCU signals failures using the POWER light, much as the CHECK ENGINE light signals errors from the ECU. However, one critical difference is that when a failure is detected, the TCU goes into limp-home mode but illuminate the POWER lamp until the next power-off power-on cycle. (see http://www.surrealmirage.com/subaru/trans.html for details on how to get detailed self-dignostic codes from the TCU without any special tools.)

Subaru service information says that the vehicle should not be driven in forced FWD mode, it is to be used for diagnostic purposes only. (It was provided to allow the vehicle to allow the vehicle be emission tested using a FWD dynamometer. In the USA the dynamometer test requirement was waived for AWD drive before it went into effect.) I don't have a detailed explanation of why, but since duty solenoid C is ON to allow the front/rear clutch to slip, it may fail prematurely if always-on.

Let me begin with the solution and then explain it.- you need to change the transmission filter and fluid, and drain and refill the fron and rear differential fluids. The AT uses simple Dextron II or III (get 2 gallons) and the diffferential both use 80W-90W old fashioned non-synthetic gear oil. You will need roughly 5 quarts for both,

Now for the explanation. When you inserted the fuse and disabled all wheel drive, you eliminated the the center differential action in the AT and the rear differential. When any car turns there is a left-right speed difference,and in an AWD car, there is also a front-rear speed difference. The noise you heard is a symptom of the drivetrain binding up during a turn. There will also usually be noticable lumpy turning moments when the tires jump-slip accomplishing the differential travel, but only on dry pavement. There may also be unpleasant symptoms when accelerating on moderately slick pavement.

You most pressing symptom is caused by the rear differential locking up because of either insuffiicient gear oil, aging gear oil suffering viscosity breakdown, or the wrong gear oil (either synthetic or higher viscosity conventional). The front and rear differentials in the car are limited slip differentials. They rely on the properties of 80-90W gear oil properly filled and in good condition.

Because its connected to the engine heat, the front differential oil will be in worse condition than the rear, and you would probably find that only draining and refilling the rear makes a big difference, but not enough or the problem comes back in a few weeks. When you put it in FWD only mode putting all the power is in the front, it has more incentive to slip, masks the problem temporarily.

You also need to change the ATF filter and drain and fill the AT because the center (front-rear) differential action is accomplished in the AT, and the problem will only resurface for that reason as well. The conventional ATF in these transmissions begins to suffer viscosity breakdown in as little as 10,000 miles and since no one changes the ATF and filter in an aging car afer you drain it you should drop and clean the AT pan and change the filter and gasket. It would be all but impossible not to strip the threads in the aluminum housing putting the rusted screws back in. (they pass through the flange and the tips corrode). Buy new screws at the hardware store and put then in with blue threadlocker. Be careful not to overtighten, but if one strips use heli-coil inserts to make thread repairs.

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