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My rav 4 diff needs topping it its making a noise when i dirve can any body say where to do it

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There is a filler plug in front of the right rear axle about center of the housing itself. Rmove plug and fill untill fluid begins to run out of plug. Do not overfill. More is not better will cause foaming damage to bearings and overheating.

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