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#1 (permalink) Old 02-03-2013, 11:59 AM
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what is this ???

Hi guys - I have a '96 Rav 4 auto. If I turn the wheels on full lock, then look through the inner wing, I can see and access a dipstick. Can any one tell me what it is for? - is it for the front diff? and can it be topped up through the dipstick hole? MTIA
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yup it is for the front diff.
not sure on the top off procedure, i'm at work , i'll look on alldata. and reply.
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i checked in alldata and didn't see a drain plug , but saw what could be a fill plug.
i would have to look on my rav. i've never had to add to mine
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yup it is for the front diff.
not sure on the top off procedure, i'm at work , i'll look on alldata. and reply.
thanks for that - what oil does it take?
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alldata says "75W-90, 80W-90 or SAE 80"

above 0 degrees f. (-18 degrees C.)
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thanks bumble for all your help
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