How do you pump out rear differential fluid?

How do you pump out rear differential fluid?

  1. Step 1: Secure the vehicle on jack stands or ramps.
  2. Step 2: Allow time for the gear oil to completely drain.
  3. Step 3: Locate and remove the gear oil fill bolt.
  4. Step 4: Use a pump to slowly add the recommended type of gear oil to the differential.

How often should you change rear differential fluid?

every 30,000 miles to 60,000 miles
Generally speaking, differential fluid should be changed anywhere from every 30,000 miles to 60,000 miles.

How many quarts does a 7.5 rear end take?

Little rears like the 7.5 take about 2 qts, larger ones like the 9 inch and Dana 60 take 3 or so. Fill it to within half an inch of the bottom of the fill plug hole, and you should be fine.

What kind of Springs did a 1968 Camaro use?

For 1968, only models with the 12-bolt rear end received multi-leaf springs. This included all SS models, the Z28, and the L30/M20 327/275hp 4-speed. All other 1968 models used monoleaf springs. In 1969, all models with 12-bolt axles received multi-leaf springs and all models with 350ci engines (10- or 12-bolt) received multi-leaf springs.

Where is the fill plug on a Camaro 10 bolt?

The Camaro 10-bolt is based on a GM type ‘C’ housing casting and having the level below the lower rib on the housing, from where the fill plug is (or about “1-inch down”) will prevent the oil from flowing to the axle bearings – even during all but pretty heavy turning

What kind of lubricant do I need for my Camaro?

GM Rear End Axle Gear Lubricant Oil, 23 OZ. GM Rear End Axle Gear Lubricant Oil, 23 OZ. Correct high grade 80W-90 gear oil. Works great for most all Camaro rear axles. Requires 3 bottles for 1 rear axle. ***NOTE ~~ Add bottle of limited slip additive if you have a positraction rear axle. Premium quality!

What kind of axle does a 1969 Camaro have?

There is limited data on the 3.55 ratio axles, but it shows a mix of 10- and 12-bolt axle usage. Note: GM documentation indicates that 1969 SS350’s and LM1’s with automatic transmissions received a 10-bolt rear axle. Only SS350 cars with Powerglides have been observed to have 10-bolt axles. Some LM1 automatics have 10 bolt axles.