Re: WD Finals fluid change in reply to Greg Soderberg, 05-25-2002 07:39:47
Yes, you need to remove the pans. If you spin out or remove the wheels it will be a lot easier. You can use silicone for a gasket, don't need a gasket. Fill to plug when pan is back on. I have filled to plug or nearly so with pan off and carefully put it on. Saves having to fill later with funel or whatever. Level isn't important as long as it is to plug, a little more won't hurt. This is a good thing to do, a lot of people never do it and the finals can get some real bad looking oil in them as it gets to be 40 some years old or older.
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