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I am having problems with my 2000 Mercury Mountaineer front differential. I removed the front drive shaft to see if I could just resort to having rear wheel drive, but that was not the case. My front wheel will not move at all because of the damaged shown which is what I figure out. Need opinion or expertise to enlightened me on my options that I believe I do know already, but seek a second opinion. Thanks to whom ever may respond!!

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What kind of damage are you talking about?

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