Q: But I allready have the differential gasket so what kind of sealent should I use now

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But I allready have the differential gasket so that kind of sealent should I use for it

Hi Danny. Mopar makes a pretty good all-purpose sealant for their OEM gaskets. You can find it here but honestly, with an existing gasket, any high-quality gasket sealer will work.

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