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Old 09-14-2009, 07:16 PM
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Changing the diff lube is very easy. Drain out the old stuff, clean the magnet,replace the drain plug. Open the fill plug, add the correct amount of (limited slip additive) fill with Mopar synthetic gear lube, weight given in owner's manual and amount, when it starts to run out the fill plug, it's full. I installed the Mag Hitec cover on mine and would highly recommend it , esp if you tow. Oh, dispose of the old lube properly, and try not to get any on you, it stinks like hell.
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