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Old 12-18-2009, 03:42 PM
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Re: Differential Fluid

Here is what the Service Manual Reads on Diff Fluid Specs.

As taken from 2002 SERVICE MANUAL Jeep(R) GRAND CHEROKEE by DaimlerChrysler Corporation... Section LUBRICATION & MAINTENANCE Page 0-5

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A multi-purpose, hypoid gear lubricant which conforms to MIL-L-2105C and API GL 5 quality specifications should be used. Mopar Hypoid Gear Lubricant conforms to these specifications.

FRONT AXLE
  • Lubricant is SAE 75W-140 SYNTHETIC
REAR AXLE
  • Lubricant is a thermally stable SAE 80W-90 gear lubricant
  • Lubricant for heavy-duty or trailer tow use is SAE 75W-140 SYNTHETIC.

Note: Trak-lok(R) and Vari-lok(R) equipped axles require a friction modifier to be added to the lubricant.
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Re: Differential Fluid

OK I am putting 75w-140 SYNTHETIC in both front and back so that is fine.
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Re: Differential Fluid

I have a same problem!
Can I resolve it with 75-140 W in both the diffs?
Also I have a quadradrive so I need to add the limited slip additive or not?
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Just use mobil1 synthetic 75w-140 it has it mixed in already and either way it's good to go!
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Re: Differential Fluid

Why I can't find the f**king fluid in Croatia!!!!
Damn country!!!!
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