Question about 1995 Chevrolet Tahoe
Noticed in cold weather when car is cold when I go into reverse, rear end locks up. If I go into drive and just move for about 2 min, I can go into reverse with no problems. I changed rear fluid, still have the problem. I'm thinking something is wrong with clutches in limited slip. If I am going in the right direction what are my best options
Yes, it definitly sounds like a fluid problem. However, did you know that there are different weights of rear end lube for different rear ends? I would advice going to the dealership and asking what weight they show for your rear end. You need to first copy the tag # off the rear end so that they can be sure which one you have.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
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