Need Help Asap
My truck is a 2004 Ranger with an 8.8 rear with the 4.10LS gears. I just changed out the fluid in my rear differential. The owners manual says that it should take 2.5 liters. The common rule of thumb that I've heard is that you want to fill it up till it pours out. I've got just under 3 liters of gear oil in there and I still can't feel it when I put my finger in there.
So I've got more than what Ford recomends, yet I don't have enough for the common rule of thumb. Am I good, or should I run to the store and ge more?
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