Differential & Coolant Additive Questions
Sorry, I guess that heading sounds a little strange. I have 2 questions...
1 - I'd like to change the lube in my front differential but it has no drain plug, and the dealer wants around $180 to service it. I assume the the high cost is due to having to remove the cover (which I couldn't do given its location). Have any of you had any luck just pumping it out, or having a quick lube place do it? Is it even worth it to do it that way?
2 - It seems that I once read a thread about someone putting some sort of additive in there coolant. It seems like this was done half way through the life of coolant, I assume to "refresh" the coolant's add pack. Can someone shed some light on this for me? As always, thanks for any help!
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