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Just changed oil in rear differential and the amount of oil drained out not near what I put back in. Quart and a half out and three quarts back and absolutly no evidence of a leak anywhere. The owners manual tells me what oil to use but not amount. This is a 2000 yukon with 80,000 miles that i have had for about four months. Tag on the differential suggest a level to maintain- 15 to 40 mm below fill hole (not real easy to determine). So the question is... What is the fluid capacity of the rear differential?
For the Rear Differential Capacity.....
Rear Drive Axle (8.6") 2.03 liters (2.15 quarts)

Rear Drive Axle (9.5") 2.60 liters (2.75 quarts)

Rear Drive Axle (9.75") 2.84 liters (3.00 quarts)

Rear Drive Axle (10.5") 2.60 liters (2.75 quarts)

Rear Drive Axle (11.5") 3.00 liters (3.17 quarts)

Your......2000" Yukon Would Be the First One on the List.....the 8.6"....and For My Silverado It Took....2-1/2 Quarts to Fill.
 
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