Q: How to check 1999 Ford Crown Vic Differential Fluid?

How do I check the level of the differential fluid on a 1999 Ford Crown Vic base model (i.e., non-luxury, non-police)?
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(1/4-9/16 inch) below the bottom of the fill hole.

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On Sun, 12 Dec 2004 06:33:13 GMT, do_not snipped-for-privacy@here.com (James Bond 007) wrote:

If its like most all the other straight axles there should be a filler plug that screws into the pumpkin. They usually have a square "hole" in them that a 3/8" socket drive (or extension) will fit into to remove them. The fluid should be filled to the level of the hole. Check with a screwdriver after you take the plug out. If it seems low, pump more in until it starts to come out the hole. -- Elbridge Gerry, of Massachusetts:
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