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What type of fluid goes in a 2000 Silverado transfer case?

What type of fluid goes in a 2000 Silverado transfer case?

Valvoline – Advanced Full Synthetic 5W-30 Motor Oil, 5 Quart (Part No. 881164)

How much fluid does a 2000 Silverado transfer case hold?

Transfer Case and Differential Fluid Change

Manual transfer case fluid type
Transfer case capacity
New Venture 246-NP8
1999 through 2001 2.4 quarts
2002 and later 2.0 quarts

What is a transfer case fluid change?

Knowing how to change transfer case fluid is very similar to the steps required to change manual transmission fluid. This service is basically just removing a threaded plug to drain out all of the old fluid and then removing the fill plug to be able to fill the transfer case back up.

What kind of transfer case fluid do I need?

Most transfer cases are filled with an automatic transmission fluid, which is usually red in colour. Others use a thicker gear oil, and some use a specialized fluid that is specifically made just for that transfer case.

What fluid goes in a 1999 Chevy transfer case?

Synthetic 75w-90 in the rear and regular ole’ 80w-90 in the front. Need to know what transfer case you have to know what fluid to put in it. T-case with auto 4×4 requires Auto-Trac II fluid (available only from your local GM dealer, apparently) and pretty much every other t-case will use good ol’ Dexron III.

How many quarts of transmission fluid does a 2001 Chevy Silverado take?

4L60-E: 11.2 quarts.

Is transfer case oil the same as transmission fluid?

What happens if you don’t change your transfer case fluid?

Over time transfer case fluid becomes contaminated due to carbon build up from cooling hot drivetrain components. This may affect a vehicle’s performance, causing the vehicle to shudder when turning or emit whining sounds. If the fluid runs low or becomes contaminated, it can lead to failure of the differential.

How does the transfer case work on a Chevy Silverado?

The transfer case in your Silverado defines its four-wheel-drive (4WD) system. To transfer power from the transmission to all four wheels, the chain-driven transfer case must rotate the propeller shafts that are connected to the front and rear axles.

What type of fluid goes in a transfer case?

Transfer case fluid. The factory fill and the over-the-counter fluid is blue, like a Smurf. If you have THREE buttons labeled 2HI, 4HI, and 4LO (Or whatever confusing icon GM now uses on the newer +2002 trucks): you have a regular two-speed transfer case and should use Dexron III ATF. This is red of course.

When to change the transfer case oil in a Chevy Silverado?

So if you haven’t already, change the transfer case oil in your Silverado before it’s long overdue. This article applies to the 4WD Chevrolet Silverado GMT800 (1999-2006). The transfer case in your Silverado defines its four-wheel-drive (4WD) system.

Can I use AutoTrack fluid in my transfer case?

Yes you can use the blue Autotrack fluid in all transfer cases. It is synthetic and my dealer puts it in all T-cases as a cure for any noise complaints. They say it cures most, not all complaints. It’s priced similar to other synthetis ATF’s too.