How much fluid goes in a F150 rear differential?

How much fluid goes in a F150 rear differential?

Transfer Case and Differential Fluid Change

Fluid type
Fluid Capacity
Transfer case Up to 2.9 quarts
Rear differential
8.8/9.75 inch axle Up to 5.5 pints

How do you fill the rear differential fluid on a Ford F 150?

Insert a small funnel and tube into the hole or use a transfer pump (easier, less messy). Fill the case with just under ** 3 Quarts (5.7 pints spec) for F150 and Expy rear axles, F250 are more. Or fill the axle on level ground until oil starts to run out of the filler hole.

How do I know which differential fluid to use?

The best way to determine which differential fluid is correct for your application is to reference your vehicles owner’s manual. Using the appendix, locate the section under fluids, transmission fluid, transfer case fluid, or lubrication.

Can I use 75w90 instead of 75w85?

Can I safely replace 75W-85 with 75W-90? Our answer: Yes, 75W-85 gear oil can most definitely be replaced by 75W-90.

Is rear differential fluid the same as transmission fluid?

Differential oil contained in its own housing is sometimes referred to as gear oil. It is thicker than engine and transmission oil and designed to perform under the high pressure of gears mashing together. The gear oil splashes throughout the housing, lubricating gears, bearings, and clutch packs.

When to change transmission fluid Ford F150?

Living in a warmer climate

  • Plowing snow
  • Heavy towing/hauling
  • Stop-and-go driving
  • How to change transmission fluid in a F150?

    6 quarts of Mercon V transmission fluid

  • a new transmission filter
  • a ratchet
  • a 10 mm socket
  • a funnel
  • a large pan ( 15 quarts or more will suffice)
  • How to bleed brakes on your Ford F150?

    A few 8-ounce brake fluid cans

  • Plastic tubing
  • Car jack and jack stands
  • A turkey baster
  • A box wrench
  • Rags or microfiber towels
  • Spacer
  • A small bottle
  • Protective gloves and goggles
  • How to change air filter on Ford F150?

    Remove the plastic panel (see in picture) for a easier access.

  • Install the plastic onto cabin air filter housing cover and use screw to hold this on position.
  • Use a very sharp knife to cut out to disengage the cabin air filter panel.
  • Insert or replace in the cabin housing cover the old filter with the new one.