Fluid level too high, water in fluid, axle overheating.
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You can use any SAE certified rear differential fluid in your 1970 Chevrolet. The 1970 Chevrolet differential fluid can be checked from the differential fluid check port.
Mt jeep wrangler has a dana 35 differential in it
After the Jeep is warmed up, if the creaking noise is noticable during turns at low speeds, then its probably the rear differential. Go to the dealer and have it serviced. All they do is replace the fluid and seal but they use a special lubricant additive.
At 18000 miles if towing
How do you change the differential (rear) in 2005 Honda CRV
If the fluid leaking into the rear tire is not brake fluid then it comes from the differential. It means you have a leaking seal. It means you are losing differential fluid. When the fluid is gone or gets low, you will lose your differential, the gears will strip, you will hear a horrible grinding sound, the rear wheels will lock up, and you will be stuck with the vehicle stopped wherever you are. Hopefully, it will not be in the middle of an Interstate highway with traffic screaming past at 80 miles an hour.
Rear differential service is necessary to ensure that the lubricating fluid in the differential does not break down. Replacing the fluid can help prevent ware on the gears.
rear differential is low on fluid replace the fluid in the diff. or if that dont work you may have to replace it
Part of the rear end.
Just fill the the rear differential will fuild comes out and your done.