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How do I check rear differential fluid in "92 S Blazer 4x4?

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All differentials have an inspection plug either on the diff cover or on the extension where the pinion gear goes through. Depending on what was installed it's usually either a square protruding pipe plug or a recessed square plug that either a 1/2" or 3/8" drive will fit into (for protruding ones use a 12 point socket. Check with vehicle level, fluid should be at or within 1/'8" of the bottom of the opening.

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