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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
these should use gl-4 or 5 (75w 90 or 80w 90). the capacities in the diffs should be about 3 pints. rule is fill until it pours out of the same hole. to be prepared buy about 10 quarts(20 pints). happy holidays
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
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A stock 14 bolt rear end hold about 3 quarts. To drain the differential you will have to pull the rear cover. I jack up one end of the axzle and let drain for a while and then the other end for a while. This assures you get as much of the old fluid out as possible. After the case is drained replace the rear cover with a new gasket(I usually just use permatex ultra blue silicone). Refill the case through the fill plug located on the side of the pumpkin. Fill until the fluid starts to come back at you through the hole. Be sure to check if you have a posi or limited slip differential because you will need to add an additive to make either of these work properly. Make sure to add the additive before you top off the fluid so you don't overfill the case. I generally drive 50-100 miles and then recheck the level to make sure it is full.
Posted on Feb 17, 2011
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