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Where do you put the fluid in the rear differential of a 2000 Jeep grand cherokee?

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In the center of the rear differential cover it has a black rubber plug,merely gently pry the rubber plug out to refill it..you'll need either a suction gun to fill it or be sure to get one of those special pointy caps which come with better gear oils so you can just squeeze the contents of the bottle in.....it holds just over 2 litres,so get 3 to be safe and its 80w90.

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If there is not a plug on the back cover then there is a plug on either the drivers side or passenger side just behind where the drive shaft attaches. Make sure you put enough in it or until it starts to overflow out of the fill hole.

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if is limited slip the synthetic 75-80 with slip additive

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