Fluid level should be checked periodically. Having no payments is awesome. I don't remember the capacity but the dealership would have this information. I know a lot of folks rag on the domestic units, but this one has been fantastic. If you have the autotrac. Apr 19, 2009 The transfer case shows to use Automatic Transmission Fluid. I do have the limited slip rear diff.
This fluid is a light blue color rather than the red color of the previous fluids and is the next generation Automatic Transfer Case Fluid. The fluid capacities listed herein are measured in U. . I never had this occur to me or seen this. He said that he thought it was but there is no idication on the bottle that if it is synthetic or not. Should I go ahead and change the fluids out, or should I just top them off, letting sleeping dogs lie? Any advice would be appreciated. The driver's seat leather has separated at the seem, and some of the dash lights have failed no longer a swap out operation I'm told but I can live with those minor issues for a nice looking, great running 4X4 truck that is paid for.
From what I understand, 2 quarts of fluid will fill tranfer case to the bottom of fill hole. The skid plates have been used and abused. Look for the N letter and then see if you have np,np1,np8,or np2. Mainly it's for the New Process 246 electronically shifted transfer case. Any advice would be appreciated. But the front is open. It's kind of tough to get the fluid in too.
Our '94 Sub goes through a set of front pads about every 20K miles. Can anyone confirm that my front diff doesn't take 3 quarts? Ok, being a guy who usually takes really good care of his cars, I have to admit I'm about embarrassed that I've done this, but I wanted to get some input. I've had to replace a couple of window motors, the switch for the door locks has broken 3 times, and it's on its 3rd alternator. As long as you have equal traction or lack of traction at both ends of an open diff, then both wheels will spin. Not sure what would happen if you use gear lube. I'm getting ready to drain and fill my transfer case for the winter.
I think I mentioned this before. To my knowledge this particular fluid is still a dealer only item. It's basically a heavy duty grocery getter. It's at 186K miles and has always been fed Mobil 1. After 10,000 kilometres and all I heard was clunk, clunk. What are the fluid capacities of the front diff and transfer case? I do a lot of highway driving, and I have a defensive driving style.
It does not take the fluid that you reference. When I finished the second quart, fluid came pouring back out and I stuck my finger in and down and it felt full. To maintain shift quality and promote transmission life, consider replacing fluid at 60,000 mile intervals, especially if usage meets any of the severe duty conditions. If you disagree, look it up. The fluid also contains a better friction modifier. The '91 S-Jimmy was purchased brand new and paid off 3 years later. I have a 2003 silverado ss so it has the awd transfer case.
. Don't use anything other then autotrac 2 blue stuff from the stealership. How can I put in the rest to bring the total to 2 quarts and how is it possible to fill 1 quart more than capacity? Do not use any other fluid in this transfer case! Even some of the older vehicles, 1990. How can I put in the rest to bring the total to 2 quarts and how is it possible to fill 1 quart more than capacity? When I finished the second quart, fluid came pouring back out and I stuck my finger in and down and it felt full. .
Our '94 Sub was bought used in '98 and paid off in '01, so no payments there for a very long time either. I had changed all my fluids tranny, engine, both diffs, transfer case to royal purple fluid. Motor Information Systems, Car Care Guide, 2004 Edition, page 41 3. Since my, um, driving style tends to break parts in 10-bolt axles, I upgraded the rear to a 9. It could be leaking from the tranny into the t-case? I have a 2003 Chevy Silverado Z-71 that has so far given me 105,000 miles of virtually trouble free service. The best way to tell is go into the glove box and on the bottom there is a small decal sticker about the size of a credit card it will have the info you need.