I posted a diagram showing you where the fill/level plug is it's screw in.I also posted a instruction's on how to check it's level pretty straight forward. It takes 75-90W synthetic fluid.
Lubricant Level Inspection - Rear Drive Axle
1. Raise the vehicle. Refer to Vehicle Lifting.
2. Make sure the vehicle is level.
3. Inspect the rear axle for leaks. Repair as necessary.
4. Clean the area around the rear axle fill plug.
5. Remove the rear axle fill plug.
6. Fabricate a dipstick from a pipe cleaner or similar item. Form the pipe cleaner into the shape of an "L".
7. Insert the pipe cleaner into the fill plug opening with the stem "L" is facing down.
Important: Ensure that the pipe cleaner is resting on the bottom threads of the fill hole.
8. Inspect the lubricant level. The lubricant level should be between 0 - 10 mm (0 - 0.4 inch) below the fill plug opening.
9. If the fluid level is low, add lubricant until the level is even with the bottom edge of the fill plug opening. Use the proper fluid. Refer to Fluid and Lubricant Recommendations.
10. Install the rear axle fill plug. Tighten the rear axle fill plug to 33 Nm (24 ft. Lbs.).
Notice: Refer to Fastener in Service Precautions.
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Monday, March 7th, 2011 AT 8:41 PM