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Front Differential Fluid, What type?

Discussion in 'Under the Hood' started by bolisham, December 20, 2004.

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    1. bolisham

      bolisham New Member

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      What type of gear oil do I need to put in my front Diff? I tried to search the subject but Im getting alot of different answers. Does any one know with out a doubt? 98 explorer. Thanks
       
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    3. Rhett

      Rhett Let Them Eat Cake Elite Explorer

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      75W-90 gear oil will work just fine.
       
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      75w140 synthetic is recommended, but 75w90 is more fuel efficient.
       
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      whatever you use go full synthetic it will make your diff last forever and they do offer it with traction modifier for limited slip
       

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