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Old 05-01-2013, 10:17 PM   #1
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someone help!!!

Ok so I was at tracks in my v6 04 stang...I pulled up and as I did a burnt out I heard a loud clunk....no during 1 tire rotation on the left side rear I hear a loud clunk then when I turn left it goes clunk clunk clunk....and when I put it in reverse it makes a small clunk noise..got home popped the rear left wheel off all looks fine ... Could it be the axle?? Differential?? Help ahh
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Ok so I was at tracks in my v6 04 stang...I pulled up and as I did a burnt out I heard a loud clunk....no during 1 tire rotation on the left side rear I hear a loud clunk then when I turn left it goes clunk clunk clunk....and when I put it in reverse it makes a small clunk noise..got home popped the rear left wheel off all looks fine ... Could it be the axle?? Differential?? Help ahh
You have the 7.5 rear?
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Old 05-01-2013, 10:21 PM   #3
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Yes

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Stock rear stock gears all stock
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Open your rear deff cover you might have broken something /:
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But on v6 stock rear end doesnt only the right rear wheel spins?? How did it affect the left...
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But on v6 stock rear end doesnt only the right rear wheel spins?? How did it affect the left...
You'll never know until you take a look lol that's my advice and off you see metal shavings in the oil that drains out when you pull off the cove you got a problem there
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gonna have to agree time to pull the rear end open
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Old 05-01-2013, 11:02 PM   #8
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Could it be the u joint??
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feel free to check let us know what you find
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We don't know unless we're underneath you're car checking it out
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you could always take pics for us
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Took it apart it was the spider gears
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Took it apart it was the spider gears
Question.. How hard was it to remove that?.-. Lol
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Old 05-04-2013, 04:55 PM   #14
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Not hard just takes time...me and 2 buddy's took a few hours mainly due to us stopping..drinking smokin.
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Not hard just takes time...me and 2 buddy's took a few hours mainly due to us stopping..drinking smokin.
Lol oh okay thanks I gotta switch mine out
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