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you must first afereseis the brake system after the two axes moves right and left (for releases the differencial). Take out the screws perimeter from the differencial and take off .
began to assemble in reverse.
Remove the rear cover and check for fine metal in the lube. Most internal differential problems are expensive to repair and require both experience and specific knowledge regarding using dial indicators etc. It is generally cheaper to replace the unit from drum to drum with a scrapyard unit where all that is necessary is to match the gear tooth (on ring and pinion gears) count to maintain the proper match to the front diff. This applies to all diff failures except outer axle bearings.
As a matter of fact the diff can make noise on and off the gas, my own car a 1996 Corvette does this, it needs the ring and pinion replaced, is this what you are talking about when you say they told you that you needed a whole new differential?