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Transfercasenoise feels like rear axel loose: drive line tight ,every thing eles looks tight

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  • dtrannyman May 11, 2010

    Are you sure it isn't trans related? They go hairwire often compared to the rest of the vehicles driveline

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SOURCE: 2005 GMC 4x4 HD 2500 6.0 eng. rear axel seal

SEAL COULD BE LEAKING CAUSE YOU DIDNT LUBRICATE THE SEAL LIPS WITH PETROLEUM JELLY TO HELP THE THE SEAL LIP SEAL OR YOU DAMAGE THE SEAL WHILE DRIVING IT IN.AXLE FLANGE NUTS TORQUE IS 58 FT LBS THE AXLE HUB NUT TORQUE IS 177 FT LBS.

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that is unless your car happens to be a front wheel drive ... which I dont think yours is.

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