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Old 29 September 2015, 03:33 PM
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Hi,

Can anyone tell me what oil to use in the gearbox and diff on an s202?

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Old 29 September 2015, 04:19 PM
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Hi Rab

Does it have DCCD?

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No, I'm think it has a suretrack diff in the gearbox, hopefully someone will be able to confirm this.

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Millers Nanowotsit 75/90 iirc or Redline LWSP I love the Redline personally
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Cheers 53 what type of diff does it have?
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No I the gearbox? I'm sure I read somewhere it was a suretrack or some merging like that? Is it an lsd?
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I've done loads of oil changes and I am quite confident with the spanner. This is my first scoob. I've never disconnected the crank sensor in any other cars I've owned and I'm quite hesitant to do the oil change now. I can see the logic in it, but why the crank sensor? Why don't we disconnect the ht leads instead? Is the crank sensor easire to get to than the ht leads?
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