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Old 07-03-2013, 09:20 AM   #1
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Car makes a weird sound...

It sounded like it was coming from the back, so I popped the differential cover and saw this

It doesn't appear like anything is broken and the car drive like normal before I popped the cover yet still hearing the sound...

Any ideas? If it sounds like gears but isn't, what else?
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Old 07-03-2013, 10:27 AM   #2
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do you have the proper fluid in there? with the friction modifier? or it could be the disks getting bad...
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do you have the proper fluid in there? with the friction modifier? or it could be the disks getting bad...
Well it had never been popped before I did it yesterday do I'm assuming it was the factory fluid.

And the posi unit has been doing one tire fryers...
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What kind of sound? Clunk? Whine? Rattle?
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Prob need to replace the clutch pack. Funny sound is because its probably slipping like crazy from being worn out.
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Found the problem... Driveshaft bolts were loose... It was a stock driveshaft so it's a little weird...
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Found the problem... Driveshaft bolts were loose... It was a stock driveshaft so it's a little weird...
Blue loctite might help.
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Yes they should be loctited in. Also dont forget if u remove the drive shaft to mark it so it goes back on the same way..
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Yes they should be loctited in. Also dont forget if u remove the drive shaft to mark it so it goes back on the same way..
Never removed it, the shop just impacted them back in.
On another note, I never realized how many spelling and grammar errors I was having on the Iphone app. Jesus, I looks like I'm still in the first grade.
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Never removed it, the shop just impacted them back in.
On another note, I never realized how many spelling and grammar errors I was having on the Iphone app. Jesus, I looks like I'm still in the first grade.
If you can I would lift the back up get under there an take them out loctite them an throw them back in you always use loctite or you'll be under there in a few weeks to tighten them back up...iv done that before trust me loctite is your best friend when working on drive train stuff
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If you can I would lift the back up get under there an take them out loctite them an throw them back in you always use loctite or you'll be under there in a few weeks to tighten them back up...iv done that before trust me loctite is your best friend when working on drive train stuff
Well I don't have a lift and the best spot I can work on the car is on the side of the street lol. When the shop owner gets back from vacation, i'll definitely have them put some locktite on.
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Well I don't have a lift and the best spot I can work on the car is on the side of the street lol. When the shop owner gets back from vacation, i'll definitely have them put some locktite on.
Lol iv done lots on the side of streets hahaha and out side in the snow an mud.... You name it iv had to lay in it haha but if I where you I'd do it my self it's easy an cheap an if your cars not lowered then you maybe able to do it with out lifting the back up or put two tires on the side walk an the other two on the street an you could have in done 10 mins or less and it won't even coast 10 bucks lol
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Lol iv done lots on the side of streets hahaha and out side in the snow an mud.... You name it iv had to lay in it haha but if I where you I'd do it my self it's easy an cheap an if your cars not lowered then you maybe able to do it with out lifting the back up or put two tires on the side walk an the other two on the street an you could have in done 10 mins or less and it won't even coast 10 bucks lol
Oh its lowered allright lol. It has the eibach 2'' drop or something like that, plus my exhaust is kinda close to the driveshaft.
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Oh its lowered allright lol. It has the eibach 2'' drop or something like that, plus my exhaust is kinda close to the driveshaft.
Lol I'm just to cheap to pay a shop to do something I could do if I had a shop put my new motor an fuel system I would have been like 1500 to 2500 just for them to put it in lol I would rather save it for some umi lowers and t box reinforcements lol and still have a little money left over for paint haha
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Lol I'm just to cheap to pay a shop to do something I could do if I had a shop put my new motor an fuel system I would have been like 1500 to 2500 just for them to put it in lol I would rather save it for some umi lowers and t box reinforcements lol and still have a little money left over for paint haha
I have a link some where with build your own tbox reinforcments. If you want I can dig it up later when I get a chance?
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I have a link some where with build your own tbox reinforcments. If you want I can dig it up later when I get a chance?
Sure man that would be great just pm it to me if you can find it Save me even more money I'm always good with that haha
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Sure man that would be great just pm it to me if you can find it Save me even more money I'm always good with that haha
Ok. Its on my pc. If I forget to send it by tomorrow shoot ne a reminder.
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Ok. Its on my pc. If I forget to send it by tomorrow shoot ne a reminder.
Iight sounds good thanks man
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He'll I could use it. Post it on here lol
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Ya me too. I was just about to buy a kit.
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http://www.moddedmustangs.com/forums...build-how.html here it is boys
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Sweet thanks. Time to aquire some steel and get to work.
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Sweet thanks. Time to aquire some steel and get to work.
Ye man I'm making my here soon I'll let you know how it goes
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