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It is an easy shade-tree mechanic job to change out the fluid and reseal the cover. But very messy till I used the manual pump...forget about just filling with the bottles! Mecdac stopped by with Rudolph and talked FTE for a while.
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It is an easy shade-tree mechanic job to change out the fluid and reseal the cover. But very messy till I used the manual pump...forget about just filling with the bottles! Mecdac stopped by with Rudolph and talked FTE for a while.
I always pull the speed sensor off the top if the diff and fill it there. Leave the check plug out so you know when it's full of course.
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I always pull the speed sensor off the top if the diff and fill it there. Leave the check plug out so you know when it's full of course.
Now that's a good shortcut. Thanks, I had no idea on that one....
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I always pull the speed sensor off the top if the diff and fill it there. Leave the check plug out so you know when it's full of course.
I never thought of that good Idea reps sent..
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Rear is all done, went really well. Usually i find something broken or a different area that needs attention but was all done under an hour.

Next project I want to attack is the front differential cover, any ideas on this one? Looks better then the rear but still want it updated to a new cleaner cover that doesn't brake the bank. If no good options may just remove, clean, and paint the original.
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What goes in the Transfer Case? How
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What goes in the Transfer Case? How
Mercon V or Mobil 1 ATF which is rated for Mercon V.

Check in the tech folder section for 1975stroppebaja's page and he has a nice how to.
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Mercon V or Mobil 1 ATF which is rated for Mercon V.

Check in the tech folder section for 1975stroppebaja's page and he has a nice how to.
This information is now incorrect.


Transfer Case fluid called Motorcraft xl-12 is what should be used in the transfer case's. Mercon V has presented issues and may not be formulated correctly.


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Transfer Case fluid called Motorcraft xl-12 is what should be used in the transfer case's. Mercon V has presented issues and may not be formulated correctly.



That is good to know. I was going to do Spirax equivalent of Mercon V
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