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Old July 24th, 2012, 05:24 PM   #1
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Hello i have a 97 dodge ram 2500 that requires friction modifier to be added to the fluid for the axle gears, so does my 98 jeep cherokee require friction modifier too?
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The friction modifier is for the clutch packs on a limited slip diff. If your jeep has open carriers then no you won't need it.
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i thought that too but dodge requires it in the front dana 60 too which is open so i was wondering if the dana 30 required it too ?
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cool-o good to know, thanks
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