Differential Fluid

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Change Fluid Frequently
Differential fluid, also referred to as differential oil or gear oil, provides the lubrication necessary to keep your differential functioning as it should. This special type of oil with a high viscosity is designed to cope with extreme pressure and high temperatures and is thicker than engine oil. Differential fluid intervals can differ from vehicle to vehicle, so check your owner's manual to determine when your differential should be changed. You will need to perform a gear oil change if your car or truck is used for towing or driving in muddy or severe conditions. Additionally, you will need to change the fluid immediately if the transmission or differential has been submerged in water. When the time comes, visit us at your nearest AutoZone location to get the oil you need or search “differential fluids near me” on our website.

Ensure a Smooth Ride
Many car drivers have never heard of their car's differential or have overlooked the importance of maintaining this important part. As part of your vehicle's drivetrain, the main function of the differential is to help your car smoothly drive around corners by compensating for the farther distance in which outside wheels needs to turn in comparison to the inside wheels. The location of a car's differential depends on the type of vehicle. The differential of a car with rear-wheel drive has its own housing and lubrication system, and front-wheel-drive vehicles include the differential in the transmission housing.

Use High-Quality Fluid
When it comes to choosing differential fluid for your car, it is always best to use the highest quality fluid that you can afford. At AutoZone, we carry the best differential fluids for cars and trucks, so you can feel confident that your differential will run smoothly for longer. Generally, synthetic gear oil lasts longer than mineral gear oil, and it is important to pay attention to any special additives added to the oil with friction modifiers, anti-corrosive metal deactivators, anti-rust agents, or dispersants. You will want to make sure whatever differential fluid you choose has the correct viscosity and API rating necessary for your car, and search for a gear oil made specifically for your type of differential.

Get Advice From Our Experts
Choosing the best differential fluid for your vehicle can be difficult to do, which is why our experts at any one of our AutoZone locations are prepared to guide you every step of the way. Our team of AutoZoners knows our parts and products well and is dedicated to providing you with the absolute best customer service. Visit us today to get the help you need finding quality gear oil within your budget, which won't be hard to do since we have the lowest prices on differential fluids out there.

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