i just picked up my jeep a couple weeks ago and haven't had the time yet, but this weekend i'm going to replace the drivetrain fluids... engine, trans, xfer, diffs. after searching and searching on here and other forums (i don't like to ask repeat questions) i think i've narrowed it down but i want to make sure i get everything right on the first trip to the auto parts store, and the right amount.
my jeep didn't come with an instruction manual, but a haynes/chilton and/or fsm is in the near future. since i have nothing yet, i'm going into this blind.
dana 35/30, not sure if lsd yet
this is what i've been able to find so far...
transmission: i believe i have a NV3550. synchromesh, 2L. i've seen pennzoil mentioned on here, but i'm sure there are others.
transfer case: not sure what model... but use ATF +4. don't know the quantity
diffs: 3 QT 80W 90 GL-5. if it has tracloc then don't get friction modifier. if it doesn't have tracloc, add friction modifier if diffs have lsd
the engine i'm ok with, i've just never changed transfer case or diff fluid before so i didn't know what to use. i would never have thought to use atf in the xfer case
1) do i have the types of fluid for each right?
2) do i have the quantity of each right?