Re: WD45 Final Drive in reply to Meangreen, 11-25-2012 16:08:24
The only way to drain them is remove the pan from the bottom. the pulg on the pan is the fill level.Its easyist if you shift the wheel al the way out and remove the pan. put about a 1/2 quart gera lube in when you reinstall the pan. Be prepared to do some scraping when you get the pan off. all the ones I"ve done were full of gunk.
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