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Can anyone tell me how much fluid I need to do a service in the front and rear differentials please?
I know the types and weights of fluids, but I can't find the capacities.
P.S it would help if the capacities are in liters.
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In the Factory Serivce manual the Front IFS axle is 1.6L (56oz.) and the rear 9.25 is 2.1L (72oz.) I thought those were in the owners manual also. I just did mine using Royal Purple. It was cool because it was cheaper than Mobil 1 synthetic and had the limited slip additive in the bottle. My rear takes a lil more now that I installed my PML Diff cover (3 quarts).
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I looked up the very same thing this weekend in my owners manual. It is an '05 but I found a chart near the back of the manual that listed all fluid capacities together. I got school tonite (be home late) but if I think of it, I'll try to find it again and tell you (hopefully) where to look if it's even in yours.
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