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94 mazda b4000 diff fluid #5116864 05/26/19 10:08 PM
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Hey guys I'm looking to change the differential fluid in my 94 b4000 but I cannot find the owners manual. If y 'all have any suggestions as to what is oem or what can work that would be fantastic.


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Castrol Edge 0w40
Redline MT90
94 Mazda B4000
Supertech 5w30 Full Synthetic
Valvoline Dex/Merc
Re: 94 mazda b4000 diff fluid [Re: HyundaiAbuser] #5116872 05/26/19 10:35 PM
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From the Amsoil Lookup Guide: "GL-5 All TEMPS....80W-90"


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Re: 94 mazda b4000 diff fluid [Re: HyundaiAbuser] #5116888 05/26/19 11:07 PM
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Isn't that just basically a ford ranger?


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Re: 94 mazda b4000 diff fluid [Re: HyundaiAbuser] #5116897 05/26/19 11:27 PM
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Any 75W90 syn will work fine too.


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Re: 94 mazda b4000 diff fluid [Re: HyundaiAbuser] #5117137 05/27/19 09:04 AM
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thanks guys im planning on doing it when my rtv comes in tomorrow


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94 Mazda B4000
Supertech 5w30 Full Synthetic
Valvoline Dex/Merc
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80W90, but really anything that is GL5 gear oil is fine.

I have Sta-Lube 80W90 in the front and rear diffs on my '94 Ranger because it came in a convenient gallon jug. My '02 has synthetic Valvoline 75W90 in it. Ford specified 75W140 for many 8.8s, and I have used that too. I'm going to change the front & rear diff fluid in my '94 Explorer soon and will use whatever 80W90 I find in a gallon container...Coastal, Sta-Lube, etc.

If the truck has a limited slip diff, you need to make sure to use friction modified fluid or buy an additive. You can find out if it is limited slip from the axle code on the door jamb.


2002 Ford Ranger XLT | 3.0 V6 Auto 2WD | 235K miles
1994 Ford Ranger STX | 4.0 V6 Manual 4X4 | 202K miles
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