How to Add Rear End Fluid to a 90 Bronco?

Answer The 1990 Ford Bronco rear end, known as a rear differential, uses a heavy weight gear lubricant to prevent overheating and reduce friction in the rear axles as well as the ring and pinion gears and... Read More »

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How to Change Transmission Fluid in a 1981 Ford Bronco?

Ford Motor Company recommends changing the transmission fluid in a 1981 Ford Bronco every 30,000 miles (or sooner, if you are towing significantly). It is best to have the transmission flushed by a... Read More »

How to Replace the Rear Brakes on a 1993 Ford Bronco?

In 1993, The Bronco was just three model years from elimination, as the Expedition replaced it in 1997. The 1993 Bronco came standard with a 5.0-liter V-8 engine, four-wheel drive, and a front disc... Read More »

How to Add Fluid to a Rear Differential?

Differential gears on vehicles turn the angle of drive energy ninety degrees to rotate the wheels. These gears are housed inside a casing at the center of the rear axle, and you must remove the cas... Read More »

What Is Rear Differential Fluid for?

Rear differential fluid lubricates gears in the differential that allow the rear wheels to turn at different speeds while cornering. In all-wheel-drive vehicles, differential fluid is used in the t... Read More »