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Guest Message by DevFuse

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differential oil Q?

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#1 Guest_oregonloyale_*

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Posted 14 August 2003 - 01:36 PM

Im changing the rear and front diff. oil this weekend, car has 96K and never been done. The haynes manual syas something about putting some addative in the diff oil if I have a LSD and I dont know If I do? My 92 loyale ea82 auto tranny wagon has a push button AWD so I can drive on bare pavement if I want.Anybody know if I need the addative by my description?

#2 Guest_GlCraigGT_*

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Posted 14 August 2003 - 02:17 PM

Okay, look at the label on the rear diff it it says in bold print LSD, then you do. If not then you don't.

As for your transmission, if there is a button on the shifter then it's 4WD not AWD. Driving on dry pavement in 4WD will cause damage to your drive train . Also if it's only a 3-speed automatic then it's most defiantly a 4WD not AWD,

#3 Guest_oregonloyale_*

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Posted 14 August 2003 - 02:51 PM

Thanx alot and yes it is a 3speed auto. You have just sumed up another question of mine. I will look at the rear diff for the insignia.

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