How to Determine if a Differential is Limited Slip?

Answer Your vehicle's differential allows the wheels on each side of an axle to rotate at different speeds. When turning corners, the inside turn radius is smaller than the outside. If the wheels were fix... Read More »

Top Q&A For: How to Determine if a Differential is Limited Slip

What does limited slip differential mean?

The differential in a car lets the wheels turn at different speeds. This is necessary when turning corners. The outside wheel is turning faster than the inside. If the wheels receiving force from t... Read More »

What color is rear limited slip differential fluid?

The oil that is used for a vehicle's limited slip differential is similar in appearance to traditional oil products. That being said, oil suppliers often mix specific additives in with certain prod... Read More »

What is the Ford Mustang limited slip axle ratio?

There are many axle ratios available for the Ford limited slip differential (typically 3.08:1 to 3.73:1), and older Mustangs use an entirely different rear end. Most later Mustangs (1968 and newer)... Read More »

Does the 2000 Wrangler have posi trac or limited slip differentials?

According to, a limited slip differential, also sometimes called posi trac, was available as an option on the 2000 Jeep Wrangler. Limited slip differentials distribute traction to the o... Read More »