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HOW DO I REFILL A REAR DIFF ON 0 95 GMC YUKON

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Rear differentials theres a plug on the side of the cover in the front side looking from the driveshaft it would be on the passenger side above the ear, stick a 3/8" ratchet head or extention in it and you can turn it out sometimes theyre a lil stuck so tap it with the extention in it to jar it a lil and should come right out, then fill it til it reaches the plug.

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