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What type of gear oil does the front gear box take where the cv axle is connected in the 2000 jimmy awd?

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2000 GMC TRUCKS SSERIES JIMMY 4.3L 6-cyl Engine Code [W]
Differential, Front......GL-5 All TEMPS......80W-90 Manufacturer recommends GM part no. 1052271 or equivalent Do not add limited slip additive.
Differential, With 7.25 RingGear Front..........1.2 liters
Differential, With 8.25 RingGear Front..........2 liters
Differential, With 9.25 RingGear Front..........2.8 liters

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