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Old 10-18-2013, 06:33 PM   #1
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I'm changing the fluid in the rear of my 04 mach I was told to use 75w90 is that right? And how much do I need ? I use royal purple thanks
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I didn't check your profile for what diff you have, but I put a FR 8.8" a few months ago on an '09 v6. It has a sticker on it that says 75w 140 Synthetic Lube. I hope that helps.
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Ah, it seems whoever told you 75w90 is likely correct. I just happen to see this:
Mustang 8.8" Rear Differential Fluid & Seal Kit (86-04) - LatemodelRestoration.com
It's an oil change kit for your car with the 75w90 oil.
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Ah, it seems whoever told you 75w90 is likely correct. I just happen to see this:
Mustang 8.8" Rear Differential Fluid & Seal Kit (86-04) - LatemodelRestoration.com
It's an oil change kit for your car with the 75w90 oil.
Thank you!!!!!
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Be sure to get a tube of friction modifier, or you will damage the TracLock.
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Oops, I see that the above-listed kit includes the friction modifier.... all good!
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Oops, I see that the above-listed kit includes the friction modifier.... all good!
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