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80 W 90 gear oil

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SOURCE: metal pieces in differential fluid

Yes if it make noise when you drive. It's time to replace it.


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Changing differential fluid

easy step have a drain pan and ratchet driver with sockets, next jack car with wheels chocked prevent roll and set jack stands under the axles lower, then remove bolts at the differential cover but leave some bolt in extending half off , pry cover lose with a putty knife so fluids escape then replace new gasket over the differential cover both sides and make sure you clean the housing and replace with spec gear oil weight synthetic or 85w 90 or type 4 transmission fluid as required

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Metal pieces in differential fluid

Yes if it make noise when you drive. It's time to replace it.


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What is differential fluid

differential fluid is typically called 80w 90 (or similar designation based on manufacturer specs.) but is very different from the grease used in ball joints. you should check your owner's manual for specific specifications, but typically a good NLGI listed wheel bearing grease applied through the grease fittings on the ball joints will properly lube the ball joints

Dec 29, 2012 | 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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I just bough a used 99 ford expedition. i just noticed there is a leak under the car in the back somewhat between the two back tires, what type of leak is this

3 types of fluids back there.

1. gear lube in the differential.
2. brake fluid in the brake lines (pedal would be sinking if brake line broke open).
3. fuel from the fuel tank (you would probably smell it).

Most likely your driveshaft seal is leaking where the driveline enters the differential. If you have more questions or need instructions, please let me know.

Oct 18, 2010 | 1999 Ford Expedition

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How do you add transmission fluid to a 2000 town country

The tranny fluid is added through the tranny dipstick (make sure it's not the oil dipstick). Fluid color should be red and the dipstick should have instructions on how to check level (car in park, engine at idle). Funnels are your friend here.

Jul 26, 2010 | 2000 Chrysler Town & Country

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What type of fluid is used in my diesel 2001 F350 front and rear differencial?

Front differential is: 75W-90

Rear Differential is a little different...what type of slip or standard differential? Dana 135?

Axles subject to frequent trailer towing in hot or
hilly conditions may use Synthetic 75W-140 GL-5

Jun 10, 2010 | 2001 Ford F350 Super Duty SuperCab

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If i run a different type of fluid in my front differential on a 1992 jeep wrangler,will it make a difference

If the fluid does NOT meet the original fluid specs, then save up for new differential. Otherwise, you should be OK - double check it though. I have no idea what fluid you're thinking of using.

Apr 18, 2010 | 1992 Jeep Wrangler

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What type of rear end fluid does a 96 acura slx take?

Standard Differential, Rear W/ SGRX......GL-5 ALL TEMPS......80W-90
Standard Differential, Front......GL-5 ALL TEMPS......80W-90
CAPACITIES: Differential, Front..........1.5 liters Differential, With SGRX Rear..........1.9 liters Saginaw rear axle has a removable rear cover without fillplug. Differential, Without SGRX Rear..........1.8 liters

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Dont know what lube to put in camaro limited slip rearend

Differential Fluid Type

Grade Synthetic
Viscosity 75W-90

Limited-Slip Differential Only
With Complete drain and refill, add 4 ounces (118 ml) of Locking Differential Axle Lubricant Additive, GM P/N 1052358 in Canada use P/N 992694 or equivalent

May 13, 2009 | 2001 Chevrolet Camaro

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Need to know all fluids types

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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