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How often I have change the oil from the diferencial

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Depends on driving conditions, highway or city driving?
Depends on what type oil you are running in the car synthetic normally goes longer between intervals. If you are driving mostly city with regular oil would recomend changing the oil every 3 to 4K miles.
If you are using synthectic you can go 5 to 7K

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