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C4 differential liquing (1/3)
 5/17/24 7:23am
Rory de Vega
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I do have a 1995 Corvette C4 with a differential leak. Should I use a gasket? Or just a gasket sealant?



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Re: C4 differential liquing (2/3)
 5/17/24 9:49pm
Adams' Apple
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1985 Coupe-L98/Auto,Bright Red/Carmine. 1974 Coupe-L48/4speed, Medium Red Metallic/Black Deluxe.

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WHERE is it leaking? Several places it could leak, but the only place it would need a gasket or sealant is between the differential housing and the mount(batwing). That particular junction would use a sealant, no gasket. A good quality silicone would work, as would 3M Aviation Sealant, which is my preference.


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Re: C4 differential liquing (3/3)
 5/29/24 4:36pm
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I would use the rtv sealant and torque the cover evenly 

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