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Front Diff Service

I've got a slow leak @ the pinion seal on the front differential... I've had it for a while and I want to top it off until I get around to fixing the leak. How do I fill'er up? I can't see anything for the steering rack.
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there is a fill plug on the drivers side of the differential just forward of the pinion. im not sure what you mean about the steering rack though.
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Yeah just use a 3/8ths ratchet in the hole.
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