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Old 04-02-2012, 02:24 PM   #1
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1996 diferntial.

hey guys,

ive been haveing a problem with my rear end, after i driven the car for 50 miles, i start to hear a grinding noise in the back and it starts to crack, they recomended me to change the oild but its still do the same. its a 96 gt. thanks.
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Re: 1996 diferntial.

sounds like you need to take the rear cover off and inspect the differential, see what might be up.

it could also be something else but might need to let a mechanic take it for a spin and listen at it. Does it make the noise if you just turn the rear wheels (jacked up in the air of course) in the middle or on the sides, might can track it down.
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It makes a noise in the middle rear and the side rears, one if the things i noticed when the oil got changed, was that theirs some kind of scraping going on inside the the differential. Also, one of the teeth's is a little worn out. It spins freely by hand but in the road after it warms up, heat expands and thats when you start to hear it, i also noticed that its a little bit loose inside the cover.
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It makes a noise in the middle rear and the side rears, one if the things i noticed when the oil got changed, was that theirs some kind of scraping going on inside the the differential. Also, one of the teeth's is a little worn out. It spins freely by hand but in the road after it warms up, heat expands and thats when you start to hear it, i also noticed that its a little bit loose inside the cover.
You need new gears or new spindles or both
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Hmmm thanks man, ill try that
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