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What type off fluid in rearend of 2000 jeep

What type off fluid in rearend of 2000 jeep grand cherokee

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You have a choice of 75 90 or 75 140 gear oil. I'd opt for the 140 because It gives better film strength under loads. and there is no draw back to using it. If you have a positraction differential don't forget to put in posi additive.

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No just put the factory recomended fluid.

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