Question about 1996 Chevrolet Impala SS
This sounds more like a transmission issue than the rear differential. It's possible that you have a damaged or mis-adjusted shift linkage or possibly a bad shift solenoid. Transmission fluid might be low, but I'm guessing you already checked the fluid with then engine warmed up and running. When it does run, does it vibrate? This could be an indicator that you have a bad seal in your torque converter and are losing fluid from it.
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