Can you put engine oil in a gearbox?

1 Answer:
  • Cheng Kem Wat
    Gearbox oil has a higher viscosity than engine oil and this is because it better protects the gears, ensuring you have a smooth transition between them. ... Therefore, you cannot use engine oil in your gearbox.9 jun 2021
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