where exactly is the diff fill plug on 2003 tc

Asked by Dec 02, 2013 at 09:13 PM about the 2003 Lincoln Town Car Signature

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Some are on the side,front or back..3/8 or 1/2 ratchet to remove and check...

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could we find a cartoon for him, shannon?

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if this is an AWD goodie this is the front differential illustration~

is this really a 4wd vehicle?...personally was stunned when they came out with the 4wd ford taurus....some things are best at the level where we know what to expect of them~ don't want to be caught with my finger in my mouth here~

it IS....it is a four wheel drive....yes, there is a santaclaus~

seems somehow less sexy than the old "luxury liner" of olde~ (1981)~

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Dribble! The fill plug on the Ford 8.8" differential is on the left front of the diff. There's a magnet built into the plug so be sure to look for shards of metal (the soft gray stuff is normal) and clean it well. It faces forward and can be removed with a 3/8" rachet and 3" extension. Some people help others - some just help themselves.

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at last, an intelligent answer, thanks Tracey

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