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Klunk thought it might be axle

There is a klunk when diving up hills and on highway for long periods of time. Thought it might be axle but now think it might be the differential. Any suggestions? 1996 Chevy blazer awd

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If you think it is the differental, remove the upper fill screw with a 1/2" ratchet, stick your pinky in, if you do not have fluid on ur pinky when you pull it out, you need to put some gear oil in it, 5-w30 fluid found in the gear oil section at parts store is what it takes.

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