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Just replaced clutch, now when in gears there's slipping and when revs are up the gears also grind and slip. starting on hills is sketchy , as well rear wheals are not turning ( snowy inclines ) . is this my transmission? ,or the front center diff . need advise .

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This problem is to do with the center diff and the gearbox

Posted on Feb 26, 2009

  • kieran allan Feb 26, 2009

    was the gearbox dropped when the clutch ws being fitted if so then it will need replacein because something will be broken inside

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