better you just yank the cover, and get a new gasket, and some friction modifier (in case you have a limited slip).
yes, the M5OD uses ATF.
also, fill in your bronco information, we have no idea what year truck you have or it's powertrain.
specs are found in the owners manual.
we also have a sticky thread in the noob forum (i think) that is ALL about transmissions, transfer cases, etc. read it.
That's the way they word it tho, huh. :/I used Mobil 1 75w90 its supposed to have the friction modifiers in it
already according to the bottle. Just under 3 qts. if I remember right.
Cool.Explain how 75W90 is better for gas mileage over 80W90.
AMSOIL said:Gear oil differs from motor oil. Most people assume that SAE 90 gear oil is much thicker than SAE 40 or 50 grade motor oil. However, they are the same viscosity. The difference is they are calculated by different classifications, SAE gear lube and SAE engine oil. Another main difference is the additives used to produce them.
There's not? LOLThe 75W and 80W only mean something at 32 deg. F. 5W is not
that much difference and is of NO difference above 32 deg F.
There is no direct comparison gear oil to motor oil.