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Old 07-28-2006, 06:49 PM
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Ok folks... well... since I don't have to get under my blazer's frontend tomorrow and hunt down what's makin' it pull cause it was the damn TIRES... I guess I'mma crawl under there and grease stuff up and change some fluids. So here's my question. I have a 95 Blazer 4wd (only 3 electric buttons on the dash for the 4wheel) and I'm gonna replace the rear diff cover since it has a little leak.. .and I wanna replace the front and rear diff oil and xfer case oil... any suggestions as to what to use in them??
Also I'm gonna bleed the brakes seein' as how they don't seem QUITE right and should I use DOT3 or DOT4??
 
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Default RE: Lube Type???

For the front and rear I believe it's 80w90. You can use Mobil 1 Synthetic 75w90 with out any problems. For the transfer case, it uses regular Dexron 3 ATF. For the brakes, I would use DOT3.
 
 
 
 
 
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