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Old 07-21-2011, 07:34 AM
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6.0 2004 Excursion, stern voice to keep (a knock) when the leaves or stops.

In addition, when the park so that the steering wheel is turned completely to the side, the car swings (especially in the cancellation). Is the origin (ie the chunk of it) or broken (rear), lock to betray?
U-bolts ok
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Rado, the translation software you are using is not working properly.
I can not understand what you are asking. Sorry.
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Old 07-21-2011, 08:25 PM
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Excursion 2004 6.0 Differential problem ?!
What oil to the rear axle, a differential?
80W-140 and how much?
How do I change the oil? Pictures?
Rear axle oil smells burnt and the car swings withdraws: (
What to do?


Try to understand!
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Try to understand!
I'm trying, but it's not working.
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Changing the rear differential oil is easy.
Take the cover off the differential.
Clean out the differential and the sealing surfaces.
Use RTV sealant to make a gasket on the cover.
Reinstall cover.
You will need 4 quarts 75w140 synthetic gear oil. If you have the "limited slip" differential you will need to add up to 8 ounces of "friction modifier."
There is a tag on the differential that will have a number code stamped on it. If the code has a LS, you have a limited slip differential.
To refill the differential, it may be easier to remove the ABS sensor on top of the differential. To fill fully, remove the plug on the drivers side of the differential and add the lubricant.
When the oil is level with the plug hole, do not add more, install plug.

Hope this helps
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Can the front & rear axle / rear to put the same 75W-140 oil?
It would be 20 liters of oil ....

How do I know whether the car lock outboard?
How do I know that the "friction transformer" is enough?
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Front axle uses 80W90, 1 1/2 quarts. Use the plug in the side of the differential to fill. Once the oil comes out of the fill hole, stop.

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How do I know whether the car lock outboard?
I do not understand what you are saying in the line above. It does not make sense in english.


As for the friction modifier, read the label on whatever oil you buy for the rear axle. Some of the synthetic oils include the friction modifier in the formulation. If the friction modifier is included in the oil, do not add more.

If the oil you purchase does not include the friction modifier, Ford recommends 8 ounces of friction modifier, but start with 4. If the truck vibrates when cornering, you would need more modifier. Add 2 more ounces. You do not want to add too much modifier or the limited slip differential may not work properly when you need it to engage.
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Well that was painful .......
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