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Hi all.

Sorry for my poor English.
I bought Ford Explorer 1993 and planning on replacing the front and rear differential fluid.
But as I fom Europe we have metric size and I can't find correct wrench size for open the hole in axles.
Anybody can help me with correct size, and probably show on eBay correct tool.

Thanks
 

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Hi all.

Sorry for my poor English.
I bought Ford Explorer 1993 and planning on replacing the front and rear differential fluid.
But as I fom Europe we have metric size and I can't find correct wrench size for open the hole in axles.
Anybody can help me with correct size, and probably show on eBay correct tool.

Thanks
square sticking out use an adjustable wrench, if square hole the rachet or breaker bar of proper size
 

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dont remember the size as sold me 1991 explorer six years ago and now own a 2005 explorer. The filler plug size think is a 3/8 in (the mid size rachet head), for the rear differential, the front filler plug is 17mm or you can use adjustable wrench, you can syphon the fluid thru the fill hole using a good hose not too small or large to reach bottom (make sure fluid is warm make it easy). Also replace transfer fluid when doing differential
 
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