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On my 1990 4x4 pickup chevy how do you check and add the grease to the rear end axle its making whining sound

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If your concernd about it i would suggest changing all the fluid in the rear diff. or have an oil change shop do it. I also found this site to help you. http://autorepair.about.com/library/faqs/bl412h.htm

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