2004 Mercury Mountaineer "diff fluid rear" Questions

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...gear. also check your rear diff fluid level and color sometimes the bearing in the diff get worn out and make noises too these are just things to check its probaly something simple. hope this

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...the wheel doesn't go into drive at the same time the others do for a few seconds then kicks in and goes!! change fluid in rear diff. and add additive supplied by ford for clutch plates in ...

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...wheel, class IV tow package, Front & rear diff. Fluid types? Do they require limited slip additives? 75w140 syn in both axles and 1 small bottle of additive per 1 liter of gear oil for rear ...

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diff fluid coming from the right rear wheel. I changed the wheel seal and axle bearing and put it all back together and filled the rear diff with 80/90 fluid as per the owners manual stated. I did not

...tight turns, i.e. getting into and out of parking spaces. what is the problem? is it AWD? if so have the rear diff fluid replaced, its special fluid from the honda dealer, the rear diff may be

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...fluid- (use honda genuine rear diff fluid) then drive the vehicle in several figure 8 turns and the noise will go away.- note you only need 2 quarts diff fluid for a drain and fill.- hope this ...

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diff fluid? They say those should be changed every 20 000km. Hope this helps. you must check your trans fluid and diff fluid every 20k miles. and change them every 40k miles. this is that is writen in

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...diff fluid and added condiotioner. The problem stopped for about 2 weeks and now its Back. It seems like the clutches in the diff are not spinning as they should and seem to lock up when turning. one ...

the diff. remove the plug on the front of the diff and fill with the correct diff fluid until it is filled up to the hole and replace the plug, clean up and check for leaks. No leake = job is complete

...diff fluid is a milky color and it whines while driving replaced rear diff fluid and gasket, check fluid again and it was still a milky color and the whine did not go away Sounds like there is water ...

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