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1. GLS is a special gear lube, Mopar part no. 04874464. 2. DaimlerChrysler Corp. recommends that 32RH & 46RH automatic TRANS be serviced W/ ATF+4 automatic TRANS fluid. 3. Trak-Lok axles require Mopar limited slip additive limited slip additive 04318060. 4. With limited slip & models with Quadra Trac or Vari-Lok → → • and remaining capacity: Mopar 68333589AA, or equivalent = 75W-90 SG1 (GL-5) Hypoid Gear Oil → → • Note that some equivalent products with the ‘limited slip’ designation, may already contain the additional required friction modifier Total Fluid Capacity: 0.63 qt. (0.6 liter) Shell documentation shows is also sold by Chrysler dealers as "SYNCHROMESH TRANSMISSION FLUID" Code 1874 MTX Fluid; MOPAR Part # 4761526 The fluid is a popular recommended MTF in Getrag transmissions, Honda, and Mazda 5 and 6 speeds. Remember 2 things, a couple tight figure eights, with good Ford, Mopar, or Kendall limited slip additive will do wonders. BUT, do it in a way not to build heat, go easy and let the clutches do their job. If you nail it and blow donuts, the clutches arent working the limited slip additive through them If you go fast, you start building heat.
Mopar Replacement 04318060AD - Mopar Replacement Limited Slip Additive Friction Modifier Lubricants Compare Friction Modifier, Limited Slip Lubricant Additive, 4 oz., Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Each RAVENOL DGL SAE 75W-85 GL-5 LS is fully synthetic multi-grade hypoid transmission oil of API GL-5 power class with “limited slip” properties for manual transmissions and rear-axles in motor vehicles. RAVENOL DGL SAE 75W-85 GL-5 LS is PAO based with a specially coordinated additive treatment. This exceeds the needs of today's application ... With 4 oz.of that being Mopar limited slip additive so i am right at 4% ratio of additive to gear oil. The factory stock differential cover capacity gear oil is 72 oz or 4.5 pints which is slightly above the recommended 5% ratio so to me It seems to be no spot on calculation worry here as long as you are near the 4 to 5% ratio.