Q: How changing differential and transfer case affects fuel economy

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I have a 2001 Chevy Tracker. I'm wondering if differential and transfer case change can help improve fuel economy?

Well, they could, but only to a small amount. If you go and put the whole synthetic, it would have a little bit less friction, but not all that much.

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