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Old 02-16-2010
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Total Newbie Question.... What front Diff Fluid?

{94 Supercab, 4.0 4x4 5 Spd }

Yea - I know I am new - and NO i have not bought a Chiltons or Haynes yet - but I want to check my front Diff Fluid - but want to have some on hand to put in if needed... Any advice on what type of fluid should be used? Do you check for fluid the same as the old ford rear-ends, by sticking your finger in the hold to see how much is there? Is it full when it is level with the Drain Plug hold?

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Check the manual that came with the truck for the oil weight.
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