What type of gear oil does a 2008 Silverado use?
Gear Oil – 75W-140.
How many quarts of transmission fluid does a 2008 Chevy Silverado take?
The 2008 Chevrolet Silverado Auto 6-Speed Transmission 6L90-E needs 6.0 liters (6.3 US Quarts).
What kind of gear oil does a 2004 Chevy Silverado 1500 take?
|Viscosity:||All TEMPS….5W-30 SAE 5W-30 is preferred.|
|Capacity:||With filter 6 quartsAfter refill check oil level.|
|Torque:||Oil Drain Plug…18 ft/lbs|
How many quarts of differential oil do I need?
Use the highest-quality gear oil you can afford to fill the differential. The weight and capacity will be listed in your owner’s manual; your differential will usually hold as much as 3 quarts. Be sure to read that manual, though, because some limited-slip differentials require a secondary friction-modifying additive.
How many quarts of oil does a 2003 GMC Sierra hold?
Well, assuming it’s a 1999-2003 GMC or Chevy pickup/tahoe/yukon, etc: Front axle: 3.5 pints or 1.75 quarts Rear axle: 2.1 quarts claimed, will hold 2.7 quarts Total gear oil: Get 5 quarts
Which transynd fluid for front differential?
For pre-2006, Allison Transynd is first choice followed by any Dexron III synthetic, followed by any Dexron III. Tell me more about this black vent cover on the front differential, I’m due to change fluid soon.
Do you need to change the front axle fluid in 2004?
Vehicles referenced above that were built after April 1, 2004 were manufactured with front axles containing synthetic axle lubricant and do not need to have the front axle fluid inspected or changed. Front axles in the above-listed vehicles built before April 1, 2004 are manufactured with mineral-oil base axle fluid.
What kind of oil do I need for front differential?
From 2002 on same with front axle, synthetic 75W-90 is required. From 1999 to 2001 can use but did not come with it. So, 5 qts should be enough to do both front and rear providing you do not waster any. Warning-As previously mentioned DO NOT add an Limited Slip Differential additive to a G80 Locking Rear Differential.